Dutch companies are liable to corporate taxes, based on the Dutch tax law. However, taxation of Dutch companies is only valid, if the Dutch company makes a profit. If you are intending to start a Dutch business, however, you are confused about whether the company will make a profit or not, you don’t need to be concerned about paying any taxes in The Netherlands.
If your Dutch company doesn’t make a benefit, it still needs to file its tax return in The Netherlands, and prepare a fundamental Financial Statement. However, there are no required social contributions or any hidden taxes which would apply to Dutch organizations by and large. Only if you employ staff, you are required to hold back taxes on the salary of your staff. VAT can also be relevant for your Dutch company, regardless of whether you are not making a benefit.
Our tax advisors can help you to find out the best strategy for your Dutch company before you choose to begin.
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