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In this newsletter October 2020:
Duty to report international postings
Do you meet the relevant regulatory requirements? The duty to report international postings came into effect on 1 March 2020. This duty will affect both Dutch and non-Dutch companies. The new rules will make it easier for the Dutch authorities to check whether you apply the rules for hiring international workers properly. Do not delay; check whether you meet the relevant regulatory requirements now.
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Ten points to consider when contracting in foreign workers to the Netherlands
Many sectors are experiencing a large shortage of qualified workers. This is driving businesses to contract in foreign workers through a temporary staffing agency despite this being subject to a host of national and international rules and regulations. We have outlined ten points for you to consider when contracting in foreign workers.
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Laying off employees in times of coronavirus: what you need to know
If your business is suffering from a fall in revenue and a lack of work, you should probably prepare yourself for lay-offs. There are five key points to consider when it comes to Dutch redundancy law. We are happy to tell you more about them so that you know what to do and will exercise due care when the time comes.
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Expected changes in taxation
The Dutch government’s plans for 2021 were announced on Budget Day, which was on 15 September this year. There will be three key changes in the area of taxation that we have highlighted for you in this article.
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Continued government support through 2021
The Dutch government implemented a third coronavirus support package for businesses on 1 October 2020. The existing schemes will be continued, although they will gradually become less generous. The government is also taking new measures to encourage investments by small businesses. What can you do?
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VAT rules for international trade in goods: what has changed?
The rules for VAT on international trade in goods were changed on 1 January, the aim being to harmonise and simplify the rules in the EU. Find out what has changed, how the changes affect you and how accon■avm can support you. The changes apply to intra-Community supplies, stock on call or consignment supplies and chain transactions.
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Work-related costs scheme: increase and decrease in discretionary budget
The work-related costs scheme allows you to offer your employees non-taxable allowances in the Netherlands. The margins for the discretionary budget are set to change again in 2021. Find out what this means for you and your employees.
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NOW 1.0 final settlement – what does this mean for you?
These are still turbulent times. The corona crisis is not over yet and as an entrepreneur you are faced with difficult choices. As your advisor and auditor, we are happy to be of assistance in these challenging times. We would like to draw your attention to the final settlement of the Temporary Emergency Bridging Measure for Sustained Employment (Noodfonds Overbrugging Werkgelegenheid; NOW) scheme and the accounting required for this in the Netherlands.
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