Are you looking for a way to protect your permanent establishment in the Netherlands from tax disputes? Do you feel that the Dutch Tax and Customs Administration judged your tax liability unfairly, and would you like expert advice on how to proceed?
Like any other organization, the Dutch Tax and Customs Administration is not infallible. Mistakes can happen. You may find that your company is being held liable for taxes that you do not legally owe, or that the sum of your taxes is too high. If you want to resolve such tax disputes quickly, it is important to respond promptly to any mistakes that may occur.
Thankfully, Koppel Services has the know-how and experience required to help you deal with tax disputes efficiently and effectively.
Did the Dutch Tax and Customs Administration unfairly adjust your declared corporate income to your disadvantage? Do you disagree with the degree to which your business assets or financial transactions are being taxed? Tax disputes can arise from a wide variety of reasons, but they all share a common consideration: it is important to adhere to all applicable rules and regulations when you decide to lodge a formal objection.
The specialists at Koppel Services know Dutch tax law by heart and are familiar with the myriad complexities that surround formal tax disputes. Whether you want to determine which type of objection or appeal best suits your situation or you need expert assistance to make sure everything is handled on time, our team will take care of everything.
In order to make sure your tax disputes are handled promptly and correctly, it’s important you have access to reliable advice and insights. Koppel Services can provide the expertise necessary to guide your objections and appeals to a desirable conclusion. We can analyze the circumstances surrounding your tax disputes and help you draft an effective appeal. In addition, we can guarantee that your objection is submitted properly.
Because our tax specialists have experience with a wide range of tax disputes, they understand exactly how to communicate with the Dutch Tax and Customs Administration so that your appeal has the best chance of being granted.