Are you curious about the impact of the government's measures on your situation? Have a look at the measures, compare the tax rates for 2020-2019 and do a quick check to see if your financial situation will improve in the next year.
After a smooth parliamentary process, on 17 December 2019 the Senate adopted the 2020 Tax Plan and the legislative proposals ATAD2 and DAC6. This site has been updated during the parliamentary process to reflect the latest information and is now final.
Would you like to know which measures might have an effect on you and/or your company? Think for example of the accelerated transition to the dual-income tax bracket system in the personal income tax, the limitation of the mortgage interest deduction and other deductions in the personal income tax. The introduction of a conditional withholding tax on interest and royalties, addressing hybrid mismatches in cross border situations and the restriction of the liquidation loss scheme in the corporate income tax.
The full list of the definitive measures that will enter into force in 2020 (or 1 January 2021) can be found here.
In the fiscal datacard you will find an overview of tax rates and figures for 2020 and 2019. You can also read our in-depth articles on a number of subjects.
Which fiscal course will you take in 2020? We would be happy to work with you.
In 2020, important VAT changes will come into effect for business-to-business deliveries within the EU. Do you supply goods to or purchase goods in other EU countries? Check here what changes for you. Do you want us to think along with you? Please contact Bart van Osch (+31 (0)88 792 42 43) or Werner Gelderblom (+31 (0)88 792 60 50).
The legislative proposal on the mandatory disclosure regime for certain cross-border advice, as recently published, is not part of the 2020 Tax Plan. However, the parliamentary process runs parallel. Watch our video in English to see what the European directive means and follow the developments of the Dutch legislative proposal on this site.
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