The Dutch Tax System
Dutch Bank Account For Non-Residents

Dutch Bank Account For Non-Residents

If you are living in a specific country, you can often only open a bank account in that specific country. That is not the case for the Netherlands. At most banks, non-residents can also open up a Dutch bank account to handle their money. And…
The Difference Between a Dutch Branch and Subsidiary
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The Difference Between a Dutch Branch and Subsidiary

When registering a Dutch company investors have the option to set up either a branch or a subsidiary. The particular circumstances regarding the interests of the international firm may definitely determine the final choice of legal entity.…
Notaries in the Netherlands
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Notaries in the Netherlands

Dutch notaries are members of the KNB (The Royal Association of Latin Notaries). They provide specific services different from the ones offered by other law practitioners, including attorneys, lawyers and tax advisors. Their most important features…
Everything You Need To Know About The 30% Ruling
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Everything You Need To Know About The 30% Ruling

As an expat, one incurs significant costs, especially upon relocation. Depending on the situation, an expat may have to pay for visa, residence permit application, driving licences, Dutch courses, housing and bills. The 30% ruling is created…
Open a STAK Structure in the Netherlands
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Amsterdam, a Top Location for Foreign Companies

For three years now an unprecedented number of firms have set up a new business in Amsterdam. Only in 2016, more than 150 multinational corporations have opened locations in the metropolitan area of the Dutch capital. This is a sign that Amsterdam…
The Netherlands: An Introduction
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The Netherlands: An Introduction

Why the Netherlands? The central location of the Netherlands is one of the many assets that make the country perfect for setting up European and global offices. Holland has long been established as a main trading centre and is popular with…