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.
Social security convention between the Netherlands and China taking effect on 1 September 2017
This convention stipulates that employees who are seconded to China, and their dependent family members, will continue to be covered to some extent by social security legislation in the Netherlands.
Dutch Innovation Box regime in the Netherlands in 2017
The Dutch Innovation Box regime aims to stimulate technical innovation in the Netherlands. Since 1-1-2017, new regulations have become into force.
The EU Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive
Recently an amendment has been made to the EU Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive (through ATAD II) in order to broaden the scope of the anti-avoidance measures.
Proposed changes to the Dutch Withholding Tax Act
On Budget Day 2016, the Dutch Ministry of Finance sent a letter to the Parliament with proposed changes for the Dutch Dividend Withholding Tax Act.
Lowering Corporate Income Tax rates in Luxembourg in 2017 and 2018 confirmed
The changes impacting companies will enter into force as from 1st January 2017.
The CCTB and CCCTB one step further
The CCTB will force member states to come to a EU common tax base for multinationals operating in the EU.
Dutch dividend withholding tax for intermediate HoldCo’s to be abolished
On Budget Day 2016 it was announced that for all legal entities dividend withholding tax would be abolished for qualified situations.
Netherlands disputes findings on Starbucks ruling
The Dutch Cabinet has said that it is ‘somewhat surprised’ at the European Commission's decision that a tax ruling issued by the Dutch tax authority to Starbucks constituted state aid.
Netherlands sets out response to BEPS reports
The Dutch Secretary for Finance, Eric Wiebes, has reported to the House of Representatives on the impact of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) project on Dutch tax rules.