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Although we form part of a national and international network, HLB Van Daal & Partners retains its local focus in Amsterdam, the Province of Brabant and Limburg. Our employees are from our region, speak the language and are involved. Our professionals know the dynamics of the Amsterdam, Brabant and Limburg SMEs, know what is happening and recognise opportunities for their clients. The worldwide presence of HLB enables us to serve you beyond the borders too. Through our international HLB-network... Lees verderLees verder
Based on current Dutch legislation, a Dutch Coop is in principle not obliged to withhold dividend… Verder lezenVerder lezen
The Netherlands is well known as distribution country. Research showed that 4 of the top 5… Verder lezenVerder lezen
The July 2015 protocol to the 2002 tax treaty between The Netherlands and Indonesia is currently… Verder lezenVerder lezen
Update for those multinational structured groups of companies with a Dutch Advance Tax Ruling (ATR)
|Following the changes in the EU Parent subsidiary Directive 2015, certain amendments are proposed to the|
corporate income tax rules for...
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On 23rd of April Thomas Kipka Marc Lichtenberg (both HLB Van Daal & Partners) and Bert Nannen (HLB Nannen) presented the Dutch R&D Tax incentives to member of the IFA regional group and interested clients. This event was hosted by HLB Dr. Schumacher und Partner in Münster, Germany.
Since Germany lacks R&D tax incentives the focus of the presentation has been put on the possibilities that exist for German clients…
"Steelcase engaged HLB in France to undertake due diligence on three dealers in Paris in 2011. HLB supported the three very different transactions in a very professional way. They identified all the key issues and their points shaped the negotiations and enabled us to reach a successful conclusion and close out the deals. Their advice was practical and commercial.
The world is becoming smaller. Globalisation and the internet have provided new perspectives and opened up new markets that can be conquered. You can make the best use of your opportunities when you can build on local help from consultants who know all the ins and outs of the relevant tax system for example. You can avoid the risk of surprises when you know the local rules, including all the pitfalls, rates and periods you need to take into account. We can advise you on how the correct company structure...Lees verderLees verder