HLB International Tax webinar EPS 4. Brexit: The final countdown
Ready or not, the final countdown to the UK leaving the EU has begun. In this HLB webinar, we discuss practical actions businesses can take to prepare for Brexit.
2019 VAT updates from the Netherlands
A brief update on the main changes to VAT in 2019 in the Netherlands.
HLB International Tax Webinar Eps 3: Trends in Transfer Pricing
How Transfer Pricing is impacted by trends in today’s changing environment for international business, trade and tax? Three HLB panalist discuss the topic on our next HLB International Tax Webinar.
Withholding tax in France for individuals
All you need to know about the transition to new withholding tax for individuals if you have employees in France
Dutch VAT preparations in case of a hard Brexit
We advise you to apply for an article 23-permit with the Dutch tax authorities in preparation of a hard Brexit.
German tax authority fights VAT fraud caused by non‐registered e‐commerce traders
A brief overview e-commerce businesses need to do in order to comply with the latest German VAT regulation.
MTD is coming to the UK. Is your business ready?
A brief summery of Making Tax Digital (MTD) for overseas businesses.
HLB International Tax Webinar Eps 2: Wayfair
What does South Dakota v. Wayfair 5-4 decision mean for internet and mail order retailers, consumers and US state tax regulators? HLB’s International Tax Webinar Eps 2 will delve into...
Tax arrangements between the Netherlands and Curaçao
The grandfathering period for dividend withholding tax under the old tax arrangement between the Netherlands and Curaçao terminates 31 December 2019.
HLB International Tax Webinar Eps 1: An update on GILTI and FDII
Episode 1 of HLB’s International Tax Webinars covers updates on the Global Intangible Low Tax Income (GILTI) and the Foreign Derived Intangible Income (FDII).
Newly proposed tax measures to improve the Dutch investment climate
Dutch government announces alternative tax measures aimed at improving the investment climate as a result of maintaining the dividend withholding tax.