Written by: Andrija Božović | 22 August 2019
The sale of capital goods having been classified as business assets at the time the business in question was still up and running …
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Written by: Willemijn Houter | 26 April 2019
A Bill providing for the application of the reduced value-added tax rate to digital books and periodicals has been put out for public consultation.
Written by: Sean-Paul Smit | 10 April 2019
The option of filing for turnover tax on an annual basis is open only to (partnerships of exclusively) natural persons.
Written by: Willemijn Houter | 7 February 2019
Questions have been tabled in the Lower House of the Dutch Parliament on the treatment in terms of value-added tax rate of digital books, journals, newspapers and magazines.
Written by: Willemijn Houter | 24 January 2019
Turnover tax returns are required to be filed within one month of the end of the period under review, with payment to the Receiver of the corresponding tax charge (as per the tax return) having to be made within one month of the end of the relevant period.
Written by: Willemijn Houter | 21 December 2018
So far value-added tax registration numbers issued to sole traders in the Netherlands have included the relevant entrepreneur’s citizen service number.
Written by: Marcel Frazer | 6 April 2018
The Dutch Ministry of Finance has submitted for consultation its proposed amendment of the small businesses scheme for value-added tax purposes. The current scheme applies to all natural persons who owe less than € 1,883 annually in value-added tax.
Written by: Willemijn Houter | 5 February 2018
Having worked for two cooperatives, B and C, as an administrative and tax consultant until 2008 (under a fictional employment format for payroll tax purposes), stakeholder Z together with his business partner A has since been a participant in and board member of said two cooperatives.
Written by: Stan Evers | 12 January 2018
2018 is off to a good start in that the Tax and Customs Administration is making headway in its digitisation efforts. This has rendered the filing of supplementary value-added tax returns an exclusively digital affair since the first of January of this year.
Written by: Sean-Paul Smit | 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: Willemijn Houter | 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: Marcel Frazer | 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: Bas Hollenberg | 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: Marcel Frazer | 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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