On Budget Day (‘Prinsjesdag’), 17 September 2019, the Dutch government presented its Tax Plan 2020. In this special update we highlight the key measures of the
Companies that have developed intangible assets can deduct the development costs from the company’s annual profits in the year it was developed.
For companies expanding operations in Europe, the Netherlands emerges as an ideal location based on a study of the Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency (NFIA)
PrimeGlobal monitors new developments pertaining to the coronavirus. Read all about the international economic impact of the covid-19 outbreak.
From the 1st of March 2020, employers located in the EU, EEA and Switzerland who post employees temporarily to the Netherlands are obliged to notify this.
Government measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus may also have consequences for the 2019 financial statements. We explain what is clear so far.
Due to the negative financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic, a number of tax authorities have implemented emergency VAT measures. Read about these here.
Because of the current corona-crisis, a lot of employees are working from home and not at the office. Read all about the tax consequences of working at home.
At March 17, the Dutch government presented a set of economic measures to respond to the economic impact of the coronavirus. Read them here!
It seems that the consequences of the coronavirus on the worldwide economy and businesses in Noord-Brabant will be enormous. We recommend to take action now.
The Brexit is a fact: the UK has left the EU per the 1st of February 2020. Use the transition period to assess the Brexit consequences for you.
According to the International Tax Competitiveness Index (ITCI), The Netherlands is the 9th best tax competitive country.
Every Dutch legal entity must file annual financial statements with Trade Register. We inform you about the timeline from preparation to filing.
Are you planning to expand your business to the Netherlands? We inform you based on our experience about how to set up a business in the Netherlands.
Per January 1, 2020 new Dutch legislation will apply to prevent tax evasion. Part of this legislation concerns new documentation requirements for companies.
The PrimeGlobal World Conference 2019 took place in the beautiful city of Rome from 2 to 6 November. ‘Building bridges’ was the central theme.
Are you planning to store goods in the Netherlands or to import goods in the Netherlands? Please think about the VAT consequences!
The search for the ideal acquisition candidate is often an important part of the acquisition process, both when selling and buying a business or company.
On Budget Day 17 September 2019, the Dutch government presented its Tax Plan 2020. In this special update we highlight the key measures of the tax plan.
On 12 June 2018, Edwin Vogel, audit partner at Joanknecht, officially joined the World Board of PrimeGlobal. Reason enough to shine a spotlight on Edwin