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    Tax Rendement 2021-05

    What about the validity of the tax on imputed return on investment?

    Box 3 tax: discriminatory or not? Lately, there hasn’t been a lot of news about the box 3 tax. But in the past few weeks there were a number of rulings and an opinion that are worth mentioning. The rulings and the opinion are quite different. Therefore, it is time to list everything currently going on with regard to box 3 tax. For years, great discontent has been felt about the box 3 tax. In particular, the tax on savings has been heavily criticized.  Many Dutch savers have seen the interest on their savings accounts reduced to nil, but feel the tax authorities are (still) calculating with unattainable returns. Government is trying to meet the criticism, but it is a very slow process. In 2017, (...)

    Registration for the One-Stop Shop

    On July 1, the new EU scheme for VAT and e-commerce will come into force. If you are an entrepreneur to whom it applies, you can now register with the Belastingdienst (Dutch Revenue Service) for the new One-Stop Shop. In doing so, you avoid the need to register with all tax authorities in countries you supply to. As of July 1, an entrepreneur liable for VAT and supplying goods to individuals residing in other EU (...)