Written by: Nico Koppel | 9 July 2017
The Sub District Court in response to a request from an employee ordained that the latter’s former employer had to pay out compensation for failure to abide by the notification obligation.
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Written by: Casper Gorgels | 6 July 2017
It was the BVBA’s director-cum-controlling shareholder by whom the duties in question had effectively been performed.
Written by: Jennifer Goedhart | 20 June 2017
Should sole traders be granted exemption from the obligation to post their value-added tax registration number on their web site?
Written by: Nico Koppel | 1 June 2017
New legislation having taken effect on the first of April of this year has done away with the accrual of self-administered pension rights at private limited-liability company level,
Written by: Nico Koppel | 18 May 2017
26 April of this year saw the publication in the Netherlands Bulletin of Acts, Orders and Decrees of a new law aimed against unreasonably long terms of payment being wielded,
Written by: Boyke-Marc Nankoe | 11 May 2017
The application of the zero rate is required to be evidenced by the accounts and records maintained by the owner of the business which has applied the zero rate.
Written by: Casper Gorgels | 4 May 2017
Employers must have “good cause” for terminating any employee’s service contract.
Written by: Stef-Jaap Willard | 2 May 2017
Have you made up your mind about what to do now that your self-administered pension scheme is about to become a thing of the past?
Written by: Stef-Jaap Willard | 26 April 2017
The Dutch Tax and Customs Administration recently took up correspondence with a number of Dutch holders of accounts with a particular Swiss bank, to advise them that they should account for their foreign-based assets in their Dutch income tax return for 2016 and rectify previous tax returns where necessary.
Written by: Casper Gorgels | 20 April 2017
During the suspended vehicle registration of a car or motorcycle, the vehicle should steer clear of the public road.
Written by: Nico Koppel | 8 April 2017
The EU’s 2015-adopted Fourth Anti Money Laundering Directive makes it compulsory for the Member States to introduce a central register of ultimate beneficiaries of companies and other legal entities.
Written by: Nico Koppel | 29 March 2017
Each year, many international professionals come to the Netherlands to live and work, and rightly so. Our country is a fantastic place, with many business opportunities for those willing to seize them. But many visitors overlook a crucial detail: the fact that the Netherlands has one of the most complicated tax systems in the world. […]
Written by: Casper Gorgels | 25 March 2017
The Court of Appeal in January of this year delivered its verdict in a case involving input tax deduction for lawyer’s fees by ruling that the value-added tax charged on legal advice fees should not be deductible as the tax payer in question had failed to render it sufficiently plausible that the value-added tax had related to his business operations.
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