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Foreign VAT 2016: have you reclaimed it?

Gepost door op 11 september 2017
You will probably know the feeling. We often arrange many things just in time, albeit a bit on the late side. We are about to go on holiday abroad and, a week before leaving, we discover that we need a valid passport or ID card. Or our car needs to be serviced (a holiday check)
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Pushing back boundaries to further support international clients

Gepost door op 3 juli 2017
Buongiorno! Guten Morgen! Morning! A video conference: the morning greetings pour in thick and fast. Perhaps you start to wonder: is that person googling? In the digital world the distance between Italy and Germany is small and global frontiers can be easily bridged. This morning we are doing things differently, however.
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VitalHealth Software, a company with a mission

Gepost door op 23 mei 2017
Better healt for millions of people through smart eHealth solutions. That is the mission of VitalHealth Software. CEO Laurens van der Tang talks to us about this.
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Additional requirements for Dutch transfer pricing regulations

Gepost door op 18 mei 2017
The Dutch government has introduced additional transfer pricing requirements in the Dutch Corporate Income Tax Act. In this article you find more information about these new requirements.
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International advice now subsidised!

Gepost door op 13 oktober 2016
Is the world getting smaller or is your reach getting bigger? The latter, of course. Dutch SMEs are now very active on international markets. If you operate internationally, you will inevitably have questions about international fiscal and legal matters.
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Brexit: how will it affect my business on the UK-market?

Gepost door op 21 juli 2016
The die has been cast: 23 June 2016 marked a historical day in the history of the European Union. The British people have voted to leave the European Union. Alongside the political tensions in European politics, the Brexit will also have significant impact for European businesses operating in the British market. Although many things will
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Escaping Quote 500(0) without Panama

Gepost door op 2 juni 2016
The Panama Papers are a hot topic. The ICIJ, an international organisation of investigative journalists has already made several revelations about money channelled away via tax havens. (Former) heads of state and government, politicians and top athletes are mentioned in the comprehensive study. In the Netherlands, too, some organisations are being cast in a bad
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How the EU anti-tax avoidance (ATA) package may affect your business

Gepost door op 30 mei 2016
The worldwide discussion on the measures against tax evasion, as a consequence of the OECD-plan ‘Base Erosion and Profit Shifting’ (BEPS), has reached a new milestone in Europe. On 28 January 2016 the European Commission released an EU anti-tax avoidance package, representing a significant set of developments that, when adopted, will have significant impact on
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The personnel file: digital or paper?

Gepost door op 18 mei 2016
Digitisation offers many advantages. Never before has information been so quickly and so easily at our disposal. Never before have we been able to share or exchange information so readily. Never before have businesses been so quick to analyse information. But, what about the personnel file? Can everything be digitised? And can the paper file
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How functional is your currency?

Gepost door op 1 april 2016
Some things are so obvious that we never really think about them. As a business owner you have to draw up annual financial statements for a company. Naturally. And, of course, these statements are drawn up in euros. Naturally. Right? Currency: the euro In the Netherlands, we often draw up our annual financial statements in
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