Written by: Sean-Paul Smit | 1 August 2019
Business owners who apply for admission to the revised Small Business Scheme are exempted from having to file turnover tax returns or …
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Written by: Marcel Frazer | 5 June 2019
The forthcoming amendment of the Turnover Tax Implementation Decree 1968 will release small business owners from the obligation …
Written by: Willemijn Houter | 1 May 2019
Large companies have been under the obligation for the past two years to settle the invoices their SME suppliers raise with them within 60 days of the invoice date, this being the statutorily defined maximum payment term.
Written by: Stan Evers | 1 November 2018
Your provisional income tax assessment enables you to settle up your outstanding tax for the current fiscal year in advance.
Written by: Stan Evers | 2 October 2018
One of the announcements made was that the legislator with effect from 2019 is curtailing the 30 percent ruling for so-called knowledge migrants to five year.
Written by: Sean-Paul Smit | 1 September 2018
If you are a business owner who in 2017 made value-added tax payments in an EU Member State other than the Netherlands without having tax filing liability there, you have the option of recovering the value-added tax.
Written by: Stan Evers | 9 August 2018
If in the past you have successfully applied for a provisional income tax refund or provisional income tax assessment, you would do well from time to time to reassess your (financial cum fiscal) situation and communicate the necessary adjustments to the Tax and Customs Administration.
Written by: Stan Evers | 4 June 2018
You have the option under current legislation for a term of up to six months of the end of the year of suspension of the current business operations to transfer the cessation profit to an annuity account.
Written by: Stan Evers | 3 April 2018
The essence of “interest on tax” is that your outstanding income tax will be augmented by interest at a rate of 4% or more, whereas your outstanding corporation tax will have an 8% or greater interest charge added to it.
Written by: Stan Evers | 2 March 2018
If you are currently running your business under sole tradership form, it may be worth your while to consider a conversion to private limited liability company form,
Written by: Stan Evers | 1 February 2018
It is not unusual for this time of year to see provisional assessments for income and corporation tax coming thick and fast, demanding up-front initial payment or confirming a rebate.
Written by: Stan Evers | 6 November 2017
The month of January is when you will have to file your payroll tax return, to render account of your overrun – if any – of the free margin as per WKR, the work-related expenses scheme.
Written by: Marcel Frazer | 4 October 2017
The court concluded that a tax payer’s failure to render it plausible using objective data that turnover tax relief entitlement existed was to result in said tax payer being regarded as lacking such entitlement.
Written by: Willemijn Houter | 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: Willemijn Houter | 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: Marcel Frazer | 6 July 2017
It was the BVBA’s director-cum-controlling shareholder by whom the duties in question had effectively been performed.
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