The government opts for measures to stimulate the economy. Below you can read what this means for you.
After a turbulent past six months, the impact of the coronavirus is economically visible. As such the government measures that have been presented for 2021 are largely aimed at getting our economy through this crisis. In this, we also see the relevance of the measures with regard to the implementation of the climate agreement.
Do you want to know what this means for your situation? We have listed the most important tax measures of the 2021 Tax Plan, so you can see what the impact is on yourself or your organisation.
In the fiscal datacard you will find an overview of tax rates and figures for 2020 and 2021. We have visualised the changes in the box 3 system for you. You can also read our in-depth articles on a number of subjects from the 2021 Tax Plan.
On this page we will keep you informed of the latest developments throughout the parliamentary process. So keep an eye on this page!
What fiscal course do you choose? We would be pleased to work together with you. Let’s create tomorrow_
The new proposal aims to accommodate most savers and retail investors within the current Box 3 scheme in the short term. Does this also apply to your situation?
The government has already offered three support and recovery packages for businesses. In addition to the specific measures from the Tax Plan 2021, you will find all the information that may be of interest to you here.View here
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