11 news items
  1. News
    21 September 2020

    Budget Day in the Netherlands

    A brief summary of the most important fiscal changes for 2020 in the Netherlands.
  2. News
    8 March 2020

    Shorter duration for the 30 percent-ruling

    The Council of Ministers has agreed to the proposal put forward by the State Secretary of Finance to shorten the duration of the so-called 30% Ruling from eight to five years as of 1 January 2019.
  3. News
    6 March 2020

    Brexit news: fiscal consequences concerning Brexit withdrawal agreement published

    Per February 1st 2020 the UK has left the EU. In order for the UK to withdraw from the EU, the UK and the EU have closed a withdrawal agreement.
  4. News
    12 February 2020

    Tax credits for foreign taxpayers

    As of 1 January 2019, the (full) tax portion of the tax credits may not be taken into account in the wage tax of foreign taxable employees.
  5. News
    16 October 2019

    Additional tax assessments for employees residing in Belgium

    The Belgian tax authorities send information requests to Belgian residents with a Dutch employer. Beware of additional Belgian tax assessment.
  6. News
    14 March 2019

    Apply in time for the 30 percent facility for new foreign employees

    Employees who come to work in the Netherlands from abroad sometimes incur additional costs. You pay the employee a reimbursement for these costs and keep the invoices in your records as evidence.
  7. News
    2 January 2019

    New decree on the arm's length principle and Transfer Pricing is published in the Netherlands

    The Decree on the application of the arm's length principle and the Transfer Pricing Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and Tax Administration (OECD Guidelines) was published.
  8. News
    2 January 2019

    The Netherlands meets all terms on BEPS Action 13 CbC reporting

    The OECD concludes in its first peer review on BEPS Action 13 Country-by-Country (CbC) reporting that the Netherlands meets all terms.
  9. News
    22 February 2018

    VAT on sales via the internet

    More and more companies are choosing to run their business via webshops. If you sell goods via a webshop or provide electronic services, this might have consequences for the VAT within the EU.