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Business Tax in The Netherlands

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We specialize in all forms of business taxes. For both the larger companies and SMEs we prepare tax returns, provide proactive advice on all kinds of tax issues, enter into (preliminary) consultations with the tax authorities and handle tax objections / court appeal procedures.

Because of our extensive experience, we can create added value by advising you on the most favorable tax route and thereby saving you from tax pitfalls.

With our one-stop-shop service we can assist you with tax, legal and accountancy services.

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  • Type of business taxes;
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  • Compliance services;
  • Tax calculator.

TaxAble has been a trusted tax advisor of the Albaad Group in the last years. They prepare our corporate income tax returns and provide tax advisory on our national and some international matters related to amongst others VAT, wage tax, dividend taxation and tax compliance. Our multinational group of companies requires a fast, effective and dynamic approach of our tax affairs and we find that all these requirements are met by TaxAble.

Albaad Group / FHW, Yanir Karlinsky - CFO (freelance)

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