If you set up a new business in an overseas country, like The Netherlands, you have to consider all kinds of tax regulations. You want to avoid double taxation, and where possible minimise your tax liabilities. Our Dutch tax lawyers can assist you in this, and provide tax advice for sole proprietorships to multinational companies.
Two important considerations that most businesses have to deal with are the local substance requirements (where is your company located, based on the applicable (if any) tax treaty? Or, which country is able to tax your company?) and the transfer pricing regulations (how MUCH of your profits can each country tax, how should your margins be divided among the companies involved in delivering the goods or products to your customers).
Our Dutch tax lawyers can assist you with these matters, and many other tax matters. We can provide you with an overview or detailed insight into the Dutch taxation system, and the tax incentives and benefits which are available.
Are you interested to know which tax treaties are currently in place with the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and how they work? Or do you have any other tax questions related to the Dutch tax system? Feel free to call our Dutch tax lawyers for a free consultation!