Are you planning to expand your business to the Netherlands? Do you think about establishing a branch or a company? We can inform you about all relevant steps to be taken with regard to regulations, taxes, formalities and so on.
Our experts help you from the start of your business with for example VAT consequences, registration at the Dutch trade register, establishing an administration, taking care of payroll and tax returns, identifying and controlling risks and opportunities. Furthermore, when your organization is growing, you might want to acquire another company or need an auditor’s opinion on your financial statements. Corporate finance and assurance matters are covered by us as well.
From start up to scale up to maturity: we help you through all phases of the economic cycle. We operate in multidisciplinary teams to take away your worries and have you focused on what you really want to do: being an entrepreneur doing business in the Netherlands. We would be happy to welcome you in the Netherlands and sit down with you personally to determine in which way our team can be supportive to you and your company.
Below you can find a manual to guide you through the investment environment in the Netherlands. It offers practical information about the country and how to set u a business, adopt the ideal legal form, the subsidiary schemes, the tax system, labour law and much more. For more detailed information do not hesitate to contact us.
Read the manual Doing business in the Netherlands
Are you planning to store goods in the Netherlands or to import goods in the Netherlands? Please think about the VAT consequences!
The loss relief restrictions aim to prevent companies with profitable activities in the Netherlands from not paying corporate income tax year after year.
The job-related investment discount was introduced by the Dutch Cabinet at the end of 2020 to encourage companies to continue investing during the Corona crisis
The management board of public or private limited companies are obliged to prepare the business's financial statements within five months after the end of the f