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    Deferral of tax payment until October 1

    You will be granted a deferral of payment of your taxes until October 1, 2021 instead of July 1, after all. The House of Representatives has asked for this, and State Secretary of Finance Vijlbrief has now honored the request.

    Vijlbrief also said that there will be so-called ‘debt tables’ for entrepreneurs who still find it difficult to pay their taxes after October 1. He will get round the table with the government, banks and other private creditors to discuss how to deal with the tax debts among entrepreneurs. The purpose is individual arrangements: only viable businesses will be eligible and, according to the government, debts can only be waived if private creditors also cancel debts. Again, he emphasizes that a general waiver of tax debts is out of the question. If you have not applied for deferral yet, you can still do so as not to miss out on the favorable repayment plan. The possibility is still open up to and including September 30, 2021. Extensions can be granted until the same date.

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