Written by: Nico Koppel | 15 September 2017
Are you entitled to a refund of stamp duty land tax? Read our article to know more about this!
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Written by: Stef-Jaap Willard | 14 September 2017
The Dutch State Secretary for Finance has gone into detail on a number of topics, also about the Message Box.
Written by: Jennifer Goedhart | 2 September 2017
The small business scheme forms part of the turnover tax regime in the Netherlands and mitigates the turnover tax to be remitted by natural persons
Written by: Stan Evers | 1 September 2017
September is the right time for business owners to weigh up whether they should for the time being continue operating as a sole tradership or adopt private limited-liability company status.
Written by: Stef-Jaap Willard | 21 August 2017
The majority of business owners in the Netherlands “ go with the quarterly flow” where it concerns the filing of their turnover tax returns. Have you ever considered switching to monthly filing? You may find it surprisingly helpful!
Written by: Nico Koppel | 18 August 2017
A few years ago the “cream-off module” forming part of certain point-of-sale (POS) or cash register systems caused quite a stir.
Written by: Casper Gorgels | 17 August 2017
Do you use a company car in the reduced taxable value bracket? You may want to check the taxable income addition for the private use of the car.
Written by: Nico Koppel | 11 August 2017
A reinvestment reserve? The business owner should actually have the intention of proceeding with reinvestment! Read more in our article!
Written by: Stan Evers | 1 August 2017
Your child is likely to take on, or start looking for, a side job as soon as he or she has turned 16. What does that mean for the child benefit?
Written by: Nico Koppel | 31 July 2017
The Dutch Finance Ministry has just offered for Internet consultation a foursome of proposed measures aimed at working against anti-tax evasion.
Written by: Stef-Jaap Willard | 22 July 2017
The “voluntary disclosure scheme” was introduced with the aim of getting tax payers who had been guilty of filing incorrect or incomplete tax returns to right their wrongs.
Written by: Casper Gorgels | 21 July 2017
It is the Salary Costs (Incentive Allowances) Act of the Netherlands by means of which the current social insurance contribution discounts are converted to wage cost benefits for the occupationally disabled and for older recipients of social benefits.
Written by: Casper Gorgels | 20 July 2017
Transactions involving immoveable property based in the Netherlands being purchased are liable for property transfer tax.
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?
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