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At the end of each year, you must calculate the VAT correction for private use and process it in the last VAT return for that year. Under Dutch VAT legislation, there are several correction methods for the taxation of the different types of private use.
On these pages we describe the corrections included in the Dutch VAT rules. As in 2020, we have included some special points of attention for the consequences of COVID-19, such as the VAT consequences of certain (emergency) care provided and the rules that aim to facilitate working from home. The various adjustments are described in outline form, giving you a good overview of the current state of affairs. Below, you will find the various methods and we will discuss each subject in more detail on a follow-up page.
Do you still have questions about the application of the rules or the calculation of your VAT correction? Your PwC advisor will be pleased to help you.
With regard to the VAT adjustment, there are several possibilities for taking a position that differs from that taken by the Dutch Tax Authorities. We recommend that you always consult your PwC VAT adviser before taking such a position. PwC sees possibilities for taking an alternative position, for example in relation to company cars and the calculation of the threshold under the ‘BUA’.
Would you like to know more about alternative positions? Read all about it on this page