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Entrepreneurs health care insurance – what is that?

The entrepreneur health care insurance, collected by the Dutch tax office. Does that imply I no longer need to take out one myself? Entrepreneurs health care insurance In the Netherlands...
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Entrepreneurs preliminary assessment: in general very much disliked

The entrepreneurs preliminary assessment is in general the most disliked document the tax office can send. What is that about? Entrepreneurs preliminary assessment The calendar year has just started, it...
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Company investment tax credit

The company investment tax credit is a teaser for companies to make investments. Investments are good for our economy, hence the tax credit Company investment tax credit An investment equals...
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Dentist costs are not company costs

Dentist costs are not company costs

The dentist costs are not company costs. Obviously you would imagine, but not for this tax advisor who claimed dentists costs as a company costs. Was he right? Dentist costs...
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C form – non-resident income tax return – ready to file 2021 now!

The C form stands for the non-resident income tax return. This tax return is to be filed by a non-resident tax payer who own property in the Netherlands. We are...
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Entrepreneurs willing to Invest a fortune to save income tax

Entrepreneurs willing to invest a fortune to save income tax is what we come across daily. Is this placing the horse behind the carriage? Entrepreneurs willing to invest a fortune...
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