Corporate Income Tax
Dutch corporate income tax law is constantly developing. With the introduction of international guidelines and EU directives such as the first and second Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive (“ATAD1” and “ATAD2”) and EU developments, the Netherlands has a great challenge in implementing these measures into national law.
Due to EU case law, the Dutch fiscal unity regime may not be upheld and legislators are reaching out to practitioners for assistance. Also, the introduction of earning stripping rules and the abolition of certain provisions makes it increasingly difficult for companies to keep track of these developments and their impact on company operations.
What services can we provide?
- monitoring the impact of current Dutch corporate tax law on a daily basis;
- providing tailored advice on the consequences of recent developments;
- handling correspondence and communication with the Dutch tax authorities;
- formulating corporate income tax opinions;
- performing due diligence on acquisitions or disposals and restructuring; and
- taking care of your corporate income tax return.
We are hands-on and pragmatic and we have an excellent relationship with the Dutch tax authorities, so we can efficiently deal with any tax issues you may have. For more information, please contact us.