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In this Newsletter April 2021:
Cross-border workers – compliance with Dutch coronavirus legislation
A new piece of Dutch legislation that will impact the travel movements of cross-border workers is expected to come into force on 1 May 2021. The new act will affect you if you employ people who live in one EU country and work in another. What will change? And what about the tax rules governing cross-border workers?
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New EU rules for VAT on e-commerce on 1 July 2021
If you are based in the Netherlands and you sell products or services online to consumers in other EU countries, chances are that you will become subject to new VAT rules with effect from 1 July 2021. We have outlined the main changes for you.
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What you need to know about the NOW scheme in 2021
As long as the COVID-19 pandemic persists, businesses will need government support. The Temporary Emergency Bridging Measure for Sustained Employment (Dutch acronym: NOW) is meant to compensate employers in the Netherlands for the wage costs they incur. Read on to find out what to look out for if you are interested in applying for a NOW grant in 2021.
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Reimbursement under TVL scheme increased to 100% in Q2
The grant awarded under the Reimbursement of Fixed Costs scheme (Dutch acronym: TVL) will be increased again. The grant will be raised to 100% of fixed costs for the second quarter of 2021. Find out whether you are eligible and what to look out for.
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Dutch tax deferral extended to 1 July 2021
The Dutch government offers businesses a tax deferral to help them deal with the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic. The scheme has been extended by another three months; you can apply for a tax deferral until 1 July 2021. We would be happy to provide more information and tell you how to apply.
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Help with tenancy issues in the Netherlands
If your business is in rent arrears and you are forced to close your doors, what are your rights in the Netherlands and what are the practical implications? What is the procedure for asking for a rent review in the Netherlands?
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Doing business in the Netherlands - video
Doing business as a multinational company has become more and more challenging in a very changing world. The Netherlands always had and still offers an attractive business climate.
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