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VAT on installation

on January 5, 2023
If your business performs several transactions to a customer at the same time, like the delivery of goods and a service, it may be challenging to determine whether it should be treated as a single transaction or two separate transactions. The Netherlands offers simplification arrangements under which there is no need to be VAT registered.
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2023 Salary thresholds for Highly Skilled Migrants, Intra-Corporate Transferees, and EU Blue Card Holders

on December 4, 2022
If your company wants to employ a valuable applicant from a non-EU/European Economic Area and Switzerland, you can either apply for Highly Skilled Migrant or Intra-Corporate Transferees (ICT) residence permits, or an EU Blue Card, which all have yearly changes in salary criteria.
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Commuting and Working from home allowances 2023

on December 2, 2022
With the costs of fuel at an all-time high, the Dutch tax authorities have announced the increase of the maximum tax-free Commuting allowance and the newly introduced Working from home allowance! What does this mean for you?
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Hiring employees abroad

on November 2, 2022
When you want to hire an employee who will be working in a country where your company has no business operations, you can consider five options that we outlined below, each with its own financial and tax implications. If you want to avoid business operations in a new country, the easiest way to hire an employee who will be working in that country is by engaging with a local contractor. The local contractor is not an employee but is a third-party service provider. You can engage a local contractor without registering your company in that country, but only in the situation that there is no real employer-employee relationship.
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