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The Dutch newspaper “The Financial Times” has recently conducted research showing that the average amount large EU enterprises spend on corporate tax equals 23.3 percent of their profit. The authors analyzed the tax liabilities of 25 companies – the biggest on the Stock Exchange in Amsterdam – including Unilever, Heineken, ING Group and Philips, and reviewed the corporate taxes they pay in various European countries.

The analysis showed that the rates of corporate tax differ significantly among the EU countries. … Read more

The Netherlands is one of the main import/export locations in Europe. With its exceptional infrastructure and major ports, such as those in Rotterdam and Amsterdam, this country is a great place to set up a trading business. Those companies who engage in international trade will have easy access to Europe and the rest of the world because of the Netherlands’ particular geographical and infrastructural advantages.

Trading companies in the Netherlands

Trading companies engage in a wide variety of business activities, … Read more

Every nation relies heavily on taxes. The tax funds received by the country is utilized to power the government apparatus infrastructure and various departments. The fact that the world is beginning to exist online is making it difficult for nations to keep track of what taxes should be paid. As Digital nomads make money through PayPal, Skrill and other payment service providers in various countries, it can be challenging for the tax office to find out where any earnings are … Read more