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  1. New VAT number in 2020 for sole proprietors / ZZP

    Holland 04/06/2019 12:48:12

    Approximately 1.3 million sole proprietors / ZZP in the Netherlands will receive a new VAT identification number from the Tax Authorities as of January 1st 2020. This new VAT number no longer has a link with the BSN (Dutch personal social security number). The VAT number used to consist out of the BSN and the VAT code: B.01.

  2. Insight determining tax residency by the Dutch tax office

    Holland 04/06/2019 11:56:55

    Recently the Dutch tax authorities have shared documents which give some detailed information on how they determine whether a person qualifies as a Dutch tax resident. The first important insight is that the tax office only focusses on the facts within the Netherlands.

  3. Tax deduction of costs related to the purchase or sale of a participation

    Holland 26/02/2019 13:02:31

    The Supreme Court recently ruled that costs related to the purchase or sale of a participation are tax deductible in case the transaction is not finalised.

  4. 30% ruling from 8 to 5 years as per 1 January 2019

    Holland 07/02/2019 10:16:51

    The maximum amount of years the 30% ruling may apply has been reduced from 8 to 5 years as per 1 January 2019. The 30% ruling is essentially a tax credit for expats working in the Netherlands to compensate for the additional costs expats usually make for working away from their home country. By applying the 30% ruling the employer can pay out 30% of the salary tax free. Therefore, the reduction can result in significantly lower net wages for expats with the 30% ruling.

  5. Personal income tax rates 2019

    Holland 08/01/2019 08:56:15

    Personal income tax rates applicable for tax year 2019. Personal income tax rates 2019 for income from (former and/or self-) employment and home ownership (also referred to as “box 1”):

  6. Application term 30%-ruling reduced to five years as of 2019

    Holland 07/01/2019 14:58:10

    Both the Dutch House of Representatives and Senate have now approved the Tax Plan 2019 which includes the transitional rules for expats with a 30% ruling issued in 2018 or earlier. Therefore this new legislation will become effective as of January 1st 2019.

  7. Green Investments: Exemption From Equity Tax And Tax Credit

    Holland 28/11/2018 17:03:29

    Green investments: exemption from equity tax (box 3) and additional tax credit. In these times of low interest rates on savings deposits, green investments can tax wise be a favorable alternative to low-yielding assets.

  8. Is Amsterdam Becoming Europe’s leading flexible workspace capital?

    Holland 22/11/2018 15:54:40

    With Amsterdam becoming one of Europe’s fastest growing tech hubs and a prime business destination for international start-ups and investors entering the Dutch market, it has become increasingly expensive for businesses to establish themselves in the city’s top districts. With limited space due to restrictions on new office development and a highly competitive market in the city, demand for office space in this global hotspot outstrips supply.

  9. Tax Refund if Your Tax Burden Fluctuated Over a Period of Three Years

    Holland 12/11/2018 12:11:51

    You could be eligible for a tax refund if your tax burden fluctuated strongly over a consecutive period of three years.

  10. Excessive Burden Leads to a Tax Reduction in Box 3 Dutch Equity Tax

    Holland 12/11/2018 12:08:42

    An excessive burden can lead to a (time-proportional) reduction of box 3 (Dutch tax on equity). A previous ruling by the Court of Appeal has now been confirmed by the Supreme Court.

  11. One Stop Shop in The Netherlands

    Holland 12/11/2018 12:04:15

    TaxAble can serve and guide your company as a one stop shop for incorporation and full tax compliance & accountancy.

  12. Personal Tax in The Netherlands

    Holland 12/11/2018 11:59:43

    We are specialised in all types of personal tax. Preparing personal income tax returns, requesting 30% rulings, calculation of a salary split and tax treaty advisory are part of our daily business.

  13. Business Tax in The Netherlands

    Holland 12/11/2018 11:55:51

    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.

  14. Tax Rules Full Electric Cars Will Change as Of The Year 2019

    Holland 12/11/2018 11:50:59

    The tax rules for full electric cars will change as of the year 2019. It can still be very interesting to get a full electric company car before the end of 2018 in order to avoid the “Tesla tax”. In the below we give an overview of the current company car tax system as well as the changes for the coming years.

  15. Accounting services Netherlands

    Holland 31/10/2018 13:04:32

    Accounting services Netherlands is something we can support your business in as a whole or providing it partially. Together with you, we will determine how the Dutch accounting services should be set up and which way of processing fits the best for the company. Our qualified and certified tax accountants will prepare the year end accounts, including the VAT returns and the corporate income tax return of the company.

  16. Cross Border Freelancing

    Holland 31/10/2018 12:59:41

    Self-employed professionals, i.e. freelancers or independent contractors (in Dutch: zelfstandigen zonder personeel, zzp), working with their Dutch company in a foreign country will oftentimes have to deal with foreign or international tax rules and regulations.

  17. Working in the Netherlands

    Holland 31/10/2018 12:57:25

    Foreign employees who start working in the Netherlands for a company will have several questions when they arrive in the Netherlands. Not only the employees but also the employer might have questions with respect to the employment.

  18. Assignment in the Netherlands / 183 days rule

    Holland 31/10/2018 12:53:51

    An assignment in the Netherlands or a secondment to the Netherlands of employees, is nowadays one of the instruments for internationally orientated companies to expand their business. In order to structure the business as good as possible, correct delegation structuring has become very important for these companies.

  19. Subcontractor in the Netherlands – subcontracting

    Holland 31/10/2018 12:50:31

    Foreign companies or individuals who are coming as a subcontractor in the Netherlands might have tax related questions when they come to Holland.

  20. Permanent establishment (P.E.) in the Netherlands

    Holland 31/10/2018 08:36:03

    Recent changes, originating from the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project of the OECD, to tax law and tax treaties may have severe consequences for companies working with a broker or agent (employee or contractor) abroad.

  21. 30%-ruling

    Holland 12/09/2018 10:21:55

    In the Netherlands a very interesting tax benefit is offered for specialist staff recruited from abroad. This tax benefit is known as the 30% ruling. This ruling can be granted after a request thereto at the tax authorities and is applied by the employer on the salary of the foreign specialists through the withheld wage tax. In order for the foreign specialist to qualify for this ruling, he/she has to meet certain specific (quality) requirements.

  22. After the Brexit The Dutch Option

    Holland 10/04/2017 09:38:01

    The Opportunity to Open a Company in the Netherlands after the Brexit

  23. Why invest in the Netherlands?

    Holland 02/02/2017 08:53:28

    The establishment of a company in the Netherlands can be business wise very lucrative for companies and individuals. Companies always look at factors like, availability / knowledge of the workers, business costs, how is the transport / telecom quality, the political situation and much more before they decide to do business in a country. We have outlined below several reasons why a company should establish a company in the Netherlands.

  24. Brexit - Why UK based businesses start companies in the Netherlands

    Holland 13/01/2017 10:15:21

    In the wake of the Brexit referendum, entrepreneurs are taking steps to safeguard their businesses. Although Article 50 has not been invoked yet, many entrepreneurs are already planning how to secure the future of their business.

  25. Why the Dutch speak english so well

    Holland 06/12/2016 17:14:14

    The Dutch speak english very well. Linguistically Dutch is one of the languages which have a close relation with English. The two languages have much in common looking at both grammar and vocabulary. Also quite a percentage of media is in English. Doing business in Holland can therefore be done in the english language. Read more in this blog about why the Dutch speak english so well

  26. Doing business in the Netherlands

    Holland 02/12/2016 09:24:58

    As a country, the Netherlands acts as a logistics hub for Europe through the Rotterdam port and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. It is possible to access 95 per cent of Europe’s most lucrative consumer markets within 24 hours due to its outstanding infrastructure. This makes the Netherlands an ideal gateway for expanding your business. Next to that, the Netherlands features one of the most highly educated and multilingual workforces in Europe

  27. Tax advantages Holland

    Holland 02/12/2016 09:17:35

    In this blog we take a look at the following tax advantages in Holland

  28. Dutch Limited Liability Partnership (CV) Advantages

    Holland 08/04/2016 09:01:36

    Legal Aspects A CV is a contract between one or more general partners and one or more limited partners.

  29. Dutch Partnership (CV) Income Taxation

    Holland 08/04/2016 08:58:21

    There are various forms of partnerships in the Netherlands.

  30. The Dutch Limited Partnership (Comanditaire Venootschaap) CV

    Holland 08/04/2016 08:52:03

    The Netherlands is not generally considered a tax haven or low tax jurisdiction but the country is well regulated. It is considered an open, top tier jurisdiction which welcomes international business and boasts millenary experience in trade, financial services, and more.

  31. Dutch income tax deduction of interest on family loan to purchase and/or renovate own house in the Netherlands

    Holland 20/01/2016 11:39:47

    If you are planning to enter into, or have already entered into, a loan provided by family and/or friends – or in short all parties other than banks – to purchase and/or renovate an own house, you should take into account the following.

  32. Changes In The Netherlands Business Environment

    Holland 18/01/2016 13:32:52

    Worldwide events can significantly impact business - this was the case in the Netherlands last year, and the effects will continue to play out in 2016.

  33. Benefits Of The New Netherlands And Curacao Tax Agreement

    Holland 03/11/2015 09:42:39

    Jeroen Adeler, Director of Product Development based in Amsterdam and Marjet Rozema, Managing Director of the Curacao office, look at the business advantages of the new tax treaty between the Netherlands and Curacao

  34. Non domiciliation and tax exempt salary split United Kingdom – The Netherlands

    Holland 01/10/2015 17:23:20

    Under the United Kingdom (UK) tax laws a difference in fiscal treatment of individuals is made between being domiciled and non domiciled. In short domicileds are residents who have their roots in the UK, or have chosen to become domiciled.

  35. The Dutch 30%-ruling explained

    Holland 01/10/2015 17:21:56

    On regular basis we advise expats and/or their employers on the 30%-ruling, part of this advisory is preparing the actual request for the ruling

  36. New Tax Arrangement Between Netherlands And Curacao Looms

    Holland 29/09/2015 10:41:12

    The Dutch Lower House (2e Kamer) approved earlier this month the new bilateral rules for the avoidance of double taxation between the Netherlands and Curacao.

  37. Company Formation In The Netherlands

    Holland 02/06/2015 10:17:13

    A BV may be incorporated by one or more shareholders, either being individuals or corporate bodies.

  38. Going Global May 2014

    Holland 19/05/2014 11:46:42

  39. Netherlands economy improving: more opportunities to trade?

    Holland 14/11/2013 12:02:47

    There could be more opportunities to trade with the Netherlands, with the news that the economy there could be emerging from recession.

  40. Rules governing incorporation of a limited company in the Netherlands simplified from 1 October 2012

    Holland 16/08/2013 14:21:38

    Entrepreneurs who want to do business in the Netherlands often opt for a limited company, officially called a private limited liability company or in Dutch "besloten vennootschap met beperkte aansprakelijkheid, abbreviated to "B.V.”. The fact that the company involves limited liability for the shareholders is one of the main reasons why this type of legal entity is popular.

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