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.
Electronic invoicing is taking over Italy
As of January 2019, all invoices issued regarding the sale of goods and the providing of services carried out between subjects residing or established in Italy shall only be electronic.
Helping Thermaflex its’ worldwide network of companies grow across the world
HLB is helping Thermaflex its’ worldwide network of companies grow across the world since 2007
Servicing Huawei in West Africa: the world’s largest telecommunications equipment company
Learn how HLB services Huawei in West Africa: the world’s largest telecommunications equipment company
New Frontier Group, a leader in digital transformation
Learn how HLB helps New Frontier Group, a leader in digital transformation in Central and Eastern Europe, operate worldwide with direct subsidiaries in 17 countries.
ECJ rejects German anti-treaty/directive-shopping rule
In its landmark decision dated 14 June 2018 in Case GS, the European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) concluded that the German anti-treaty/directive-shopping rule is not in line with the European...
Broetje-Automation Group: a successful composition
HLB helps Broetje-Automation Group to grow succesfully across borders
EU triangulation rules ECJ makes life easier for cross border business
European Court of Justice makes life easier for cross border business. Find out what unnecessary EU VAT registrations to check for.
Major VAT Changes for UK Construction Services
The way in which VAT is charged on construction services in the UK will change in 2019, as a result of new anti-fraud rules. Around half of UK construction businesses...
Italy embraces smart working… At last
Increasingly, smart working has gained favour in many Italian companies, especially ICT firms with international connections.
What the TCJA means for the US real estate industry
The TCJA was signed into law in late 2017. What does the new legislation mean for real estate, and what steps should your business take?