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End-of-year tax suggestions

28 December 2021

We have listed a number of end-of-year tips for you. We have also listed the most important tax policy proposals of the new cabinet. 1. Make use of the corporate tax rate step up. The first tranche of the corporate tax with a rate of 15% will be extended to 395,000 euros in 2022. See […]

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WKR 2021

28 December 2021

The financial year 2021 is coming to an end and that means that the bookkeeping needs to be finalized. An important matter for employers is the so-called Work Related Expense Scheme (in Dutch ‘Werkkostenregeling’ or ‘WKR’). We are happy to help you with organizing the WKR administration. What is the WKR? Employers are allowed to […]

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Budget day: Tax Plan for 2022

29 September 2021

On 21 September 2021 (Budget Day), the government presented the 2022 Tax plan. We will go into this in more detail below, with thanks to Ton Mertens, who has already put things into words beautifully. As expected, the resigned cabinet has announced small changes. In this e-mail, we have outlined the main plans that could be […]

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COVID-19: Dutch tax measures, update 23 May

23 May 2020

The government announced on Wednesday, 20 May 2020 an extension and an expansion of the emergency measures related to the coronavirus. These measures follow the first emergency package (March 17) and various interim economic arrangements. All new or extended regulations, with any adjustments, can be found in the Letter to Parliament Emergency Package 2.0. Below, we provide an overview of a number of these measures, for which more than 13 billion euros have been budgeted.

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Dutch finance and tax measures regarding COVID-19

17 March 2020

The outbreak of Covid-19 has major consequences for the global economy. The Dutch Ministry of Finance has announced that measures will be introduced to limit its impact on the Dutch economy. In the following paragraphs we outline these measures and propose ways in which you can limit the negative financial effects for your organisation.

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Managing the Dutch VAT rate change in Xero

4 February 2019

Dutch VAT rate changeAs you may know, the low VAT rate changed per 1 January 2019 from 6% to 9%. In order to correctly book any 2019 sales / purchase invoices using this new rate, the new rate has to be added to Xero. Adding to XeroWe kindly refer to the instruction video below showing […]

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