Our advisors are experts when it comes to building and maintaining international corporate structures and can assist you in adjusting a structure to fit your commercial and/or fiscal needs. In addition, we have experts in-house who can answer all your questions about Transfer Pricing.
Last but not least, we offer fiscal advising services in coordination with the Baker Tilly International network for businesses operating in the international marketplace.
In our unique app: the Tax Mapp, you will find both the latest worldwide tax news and complete current tax overviews per country. The Tax Mapp can be downloaded for free from the App store and the Google Play Store.
Emergency repair measures fiscal unity sent to Parliament
Possible increase of taxation, retroactive from October 25th, 2017.
30%-ruling for incoming employees
The duration of the so-called 30%-ruling for extraterritorial employees will be reduced from eight to five years, as from January 1st, 2019.
Baker Tilly Berk turnover increases by 12.7% to € 99.4 million
Strongest growth was recorded in audit and in tax consultancy.
Tax Reform and Foreign Multinationals
Top 10 U.S. tax reform items affecting foreign multinationals.
Dutch fiscal unity regime amended
The Dutch fiscal unity regime leads to an infringement of the freedom of establishment. The Ministry of Finance has announced legislation to remedy the possible loss of tax income.
Exemption for Dutch Dividend Withholding Tax
Regarding dividend distributions to a shareholder (company) the exemption for Dutch Dividend Withholding Tax has been broadened.
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Research and Development Incentive Overview
Baker Tilly International member firms have consolidated a high level overview of key considerations across multiple jurisdictions for businesses.
Substantiating the arm’s length nature of inter-company loans and guarantees
Substantiation can be obtained by determining the credit rating and calculating the corresponding rate of interest.