It has become pretty clear that Brexit has had various effects on businesses currently situated in the UK. A lot of major companies and organizations are already moving their headquarters elsewhere, in order to stay involved with the EU and all its associated benefits. This also means that many start-ups and investors are looking for alternatives to their original plans of starting a UK business. Are you on the lookout for a suitable new location? Then the Netherlands might just … Read more
It has almost been two years since the infamous Brexit referendum. A small minority of Brits then made it clear, that they no longer wish to be part of the European Union. And so Brexit was born. After many negotiations and struggles there is still no clear view about the road ahead, meaning that the UK may or may not become independent on March 29, 2019.
Intercompany Solutions CEO Bjorn Wagemakers and client Brian Mckenzie are featured by … Read more
The income included in Box 2 for foreign taxpayers includes the eligible Dutch income (calculated in the same way as for residents) from local companies, except in cases where the shareholding belongs to an enterprise’s equity.
Fiscal partners are subject to special requirements.
The income that must be declared in Box 2 includes the capital gains and/or dividends (main income items) obtained by a foreign taxpayer with substantial interests (>5 percent shareholding) in a resident company minus any losses related … Read more
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- The top reasons why Brits choose the Netherlands to register their businesses
- Big companies have backup subsidiaries in the Netherlands as insurance for a hard Brexit
- More than a 100 companies have already moved their British businesses to the Netherlands
- British investments in the Netherlands have increased sixfold since 2016
- The number of foreign businesses in the Netherlands keeps growing steadily