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Do you want direct access to important fiscal and financial news? Thanks to Koppel Services, staying up-to-date has never been easier. Our news section offers in-depth insights into a wide range of financial, organizational, administrative and tax-related topics. As part of our professional philosophy, we keep track of important developments across a wide range of industries. This not only gives us a uniquely comprehensive perspective on international tax laws and regulations, but also allows us to delve deeper into subjects that are relevant to your business. If you're looking for a specific story or insight, please select a category to the right. Our news selection will update automatically to reflect your choice.

value-added tax

Delayed implementation of revised value-added tax regime for e-commerce

Written by: Vincent Heemskerk | 19 June 2020

The new regime is to simplify the system of value-added tax being charged on cross-border Internet sales of products and services to consumers.

e-recognition

Allowance for e-recognition related expenses

Written by: Willemijn Houter | 18 June 2020

The Junior Ministers for the Interior and Kingdom Relations and Finance have identified as the most obvious solution that financial compensation in line …

COVID

Anti-COVID measures spark Parliamentary questions

Written by: Nico Koppel | 18 June 2020

The Junior Finance Ministers have answered Lower House questions concerning the tax-related measures aimed at combating the current COVID crisis.

dividend withholding tax

Introduction of dividend withholding tax

Written by: Herman Ruijter | 5 June 2020

The Dutch Cabinet in a recent announcement has confirmed the introduction of a withholding tax on dividend flows destined for tax havens.

belgium

Dutch-Belgian agreement on working from home during corona crisis

Written by: Nico Koppel | 15 May 2020

An agreement has recently been concluded with Belgium, along the lines of the recent agreement between the Netherlands and Germany.

All face masks to be zero-rated

Written by: Willemijn Houter | 14 May 2020

The measure is being implemented with a view to the face mask obligation which from the first of June onwards is to apply to all users of public transport.

kia

Calculation of KIA allowance in joint venture context

Written by: Nico Koppel | 8 May 2020

The KIA (small-scale investment allowance) scheme is available in principle for use by businesses that invest in operating assets.

now

Latest tweaks to NOW scheme

Written by: Nico Koppel | 8 May 2020

The Minister for Social Affairs and Employment has ordered the NOW (Employment Bridging Emergency Fund) to be tweaked in certain places.

loan

Corona bridge loan applications

Written by: Stan Evers | 28 April 2020

Application for these so-called COLs (corona bridge loans) has been open from 09.00 a.m. on 29 April.

tax measures

Supplementary tax measures in connection with corona crisis

Written by: Nico Koppel | 25 April 2020

Junior Finance Minister has announced a total of six new tax measures to help curb the fallout of the corona crisis.

taxation

Report of advisory committee on taxation of multinationals

Written by: Stan Evers | 16 April 2020

The committee has stressed to what great extent a fair taxation system hinges on the stability and consistency of tax regulations.

measures

Corona crisis measures added to, broadened

Written by: Nico Koppel | 9 April 2020

The Cabinet has opened out and beefed up the package of measures aimed at combating the current corona crisis by adding several new measures.

Adjustments to NOW scheme

Written by: Marcel Frazer | 8 April 2020

All applications will be governed by the amended scheme.

NOW

The NOW scheme

Written by: Marcel Frazer | 1 April 2020

The NOW scheme is aimed at helping out employers whose sales for the months of March to May nclusive have plummeted by 20 percent or more.

taxation covid-19

COVID-19 outbreak and various measures – Update March 17,2020

Written by: Stan Evers | 20 March 2020

Hardly a day goes by at present without new COVID‑19 related measures of an economic and fiscal nature being publicised.

bad debtors, COVID 19

COVID-19 outbreak triggers short-time working

Written by: Marcel Frazer | 16 March 2020

Businesses whose workload the COVID‑19 outbreak has reduced to the point where there is no longer enough work to keep the workforce occupied have the option of applying for short-time working

minimum fee, COVID-19

COVID-19 outbreak and various measures

Written by: Nico Koppel | 16 March 2020

Reduction of provisional income and/or corporation tax assessments for 2019 and 2020 and other emergency measures in connection with the COVID -19 outbreak.

profit

Profit distribution owing to business owner’s growing indebtedness to company

Written by: Nico Koppel | 21 February 2020

A profit pay-out scenario moreover calls for the company either to have retained earnings or to have justified future profit expectations.

payroll tax

Liability for company director

Written by: Marcel Frazer | 20 February 2020

A company director essentially has liability for the payroll taxes that are due and payable by his or her company.

eRecognition

Effective date of compulsory use of eRecognition is pushed back

Written by: Bas Hollenberg | 7 February 2020

eRecognition is being rendered compulsory for entrepreneurs who file their own payroll tax returns.

corporation tax

Corporation tax exemption for associations

Written by: Nico Koppel | 6 February 2020

Associations or foundations that carry on business operations will be liable for corporation tax. They can qualify for exemption.

Brexit

Brexit: fiscal corollary

Written by: Nico Koppel | 31 January 2020

The Dutch Junior Finance Minister published decree has gone into detail on the fiscal corollary of the Brexit.

customary wage

Inapplicability of “customary wage” scheme due to scope of duties

Written by: Nico Koppel | 24 January 2020

The “customary wage” scheme applies to any employee who is the holder of a substantial interest in the company that employs him or her involving a minimum applying to the wage level,

payment term bank account

Dutch bank account

Written by: Willemijn Houter | 24 January 2020

When starting a business in the Netherlands you probably want to open a Dutch bank account. We tell you more about a quick way to do so!

delivery van

Ongoing rotating use of company delivery van for private purposes

Written by: Marcel Frazer | 17 January 2020

The addition in the payroll tax sphere for the private use of an employer-provided motor vehicle applies to delivery vans as well as to passenger vehicles.

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