2019 VAT updates from the Netherlands
A brief update on the main changes to VAT in 2019 in the Netherlands.
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.
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.
Netherlands: Agricultural VAT exemptions to be abolished?
The Dutch tax regime exempts farmers from paying VAT. It is likely that these exemptions will be abolished as per 1 January 2018.
Dutch Small Enterprises arrangement will change to exemption
Attention entrepreneurs in the Netherlands: Dutch Small Enterprises arrangement will change to exemption per 1 January 2020
Dutch court: German firm based in Dutch apartment liable for VAT
A German entrepreneur whose business operates out of a rented apartment in Holland is liable for VAT, a Dutch court has ruled.
Changes to Dutch VAT legislation
The Netherlands has introduced wide-ranging reforms to its VAT policies.
Dutch government plans for the future
Legislation is still in the planning phase, but we have a good idea of how Dutch laws are to be amended.
Agriculture: Holland to introduce new VAT regime
Current regulations for VAT in Agriculture sector in Holland will be abolished effectively as per 1 January 2018.
Brexit boom in EU customs declarations for The Netherlands?
Brexit is expected to have substantial consequences on the European economy generally, and import and export in particular.
Agriculture: Dutch tax authorities issue covenant on secondary activities
Dutch new covenant contains agreements on agricultural standards and the definition of secondary work.