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Oct 17, 2018

The Dutch External Financial Relations Act of March 1994 imposes an annual obligation to declare on Special Financial Institutions or SFIs (BFIs in Dutch). These must submit their benchmark report to the DNB Bank (De Nederlandsche Bank) every year for the DNB to investigate the legitimacy of their balances and transactions. Sometimes this is forgotten. Therefore, action needs to be taken.

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Sep 19, 2018

On Tuesday, September 18, 2018, better known as Prinsjesdag, Minister of Finance Hoekstra presented the Tax Plan for 2019.  The Ministry for Finance has based these fiscal plans on 5 concrete goals:  reducing the burden on workers, creating an attractive climate for setting up business, making the Netherlands greener, implementing satisfactory enforceability and the tackling of tax avoidance or evasion.  You can read all about what these proposed changes could mean for you and/or your company here.

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Sep 18, 2018

Silicon Valley has long been the de facto location for budding startups to set their roots and grow into multimillion-dollar businesses, but it may not be the capital of blockchain technology. As of July 2017, 62 out of the 105 total U.S. companies valued at over $1B are located in California. To put that into perspective, New York has the second highest amount with only 15 businesses.

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Sep 14, 2018

On September 11, only a week before this year’s Prinsjesdag, the Dutch Lower House adopted two parliamentary motions.  Along with consenting to an investigation into trust sector domiciliation, the Lower House has also agreed to examine if foundations will have to file annual accounts from now on.

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Sep 12, 2018

The OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) has over the years been essential for the development of international tax law standards. It is their BEPS guidelines that have incapacitated many a tax evading set-up.  Now, it seems that the OECD will also be the foremost authority in the field of blockchain and public policy. Early September it hosted a prestigious international conference on this subject. DTS were invited to join as tax specialists.

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