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entrepreneurs income tax return

Fail to file your entrepreneurs income tax return: no entrepreneurs tax credit

We think you should never fail to file your income tax return if you are invited to do so. Failing to file your entrepreneurs income tax return is more serious...
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Migration and contact details

Migration and contact details

Migration and contact details go hand in hand. The day you leave the Netherlands to start your fiscal residence elsewhere implies you have new contact details. What if you do...
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Entrepreneurs tax credit (Zelfstandigenaftrek)

Entrepreneurs tax credit (Zelfstandigenaftrek)

The entrepreneurs tax credit (zelfstandigenaftrek) makes a substantial difference in the amount of income tax to be paid at the end of the year. But do you qualify for this...
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community service

Community service for not cooperating tax audit

If you are convicted for community service due not cooperating with the tax audit, we understand you think tax is not exciting. Tax audit A tax audit is simply an...
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Entrepreneurs tax credit (Zelfstandigenaftrek)

Income tax return – what types

The income tax return, what types are there you might wonder, what are my obligations, what costs can I deduct? Types of income tax return We have the regular income...
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Company is a source of income, not loss

Company is a source of income, not loss

A company is a source of income, not a source of loss. If too much loss, your company is regarded a hobby for income tax purposes. A company is a...
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