The world is growing smaller and your market is growing larger. Does your business face foreign tax rules, for example as a result of cross-border enterprise, new tax treaties or foreign reporting obligations? Is your company part of an international structure and would you like to know what the consequences of new and changing tax legislation will be for your business? Being able to count on expert tax advice is essential. We would gladly deploy our expertise and our international network in order to to help you address any international tax issues.
International tax law
As international tax advisors, we continually monitor developments in international tax law. We provide you with insights into the consequences of amended and new legislation, whether it concerns the implementation of European directives, the application of tax treaties, or generic and specific anti-abuse provisions. If your business already operates abroad, or if you are considering doing business internationally, our advisors would gladly provide guidance and assistance.
International tax advice
Doing business internationally can be a complicated matter, but at the same time it offers your business opportunities for growth. We can proactively support your cross-border business aspirations and highlight the opportunities that international tax legislation can offer. Our tax advice for international entrepreneurs includes:
New tax treaty between Belgium and the Netherlands: what could this mean for your tax position?
The tax treaty between Belgium and the Netherlands is set to change. Tamara van den Broek (Baker Tilly Netherlands) and Yves Coppens (Baker Tilly Belgium) discuss the changes with regard to Global Mobility.
Pillar 2: Filing obligations & deadlines
The new Pillar 2 legislation is expected to take effect on 1 January 2024. Among other things, the Minimum Tax Act 2024 creates a new filing requirement for large companies: the top-up tax return. Read more about the tax liability, deadlines and penalties here.
The Pillar 2 top-up tax information declaration
With the introduction of new Pillar 2 legislation, large international businesses and large-scale domestic groups will soon face new reporting requirements. What does the top-up tax information return entail? What are the relevant deadlines and penalties?
Pillar Two: How to prepare for the new minimum taxation
From 2024 onwards, multinational enterprises and large companies may be required to pay top-up tax under the Minimum Taxation Act 2024. How do you ensure that your company is properly prepared? We will describe the required steps below.
Pillar Two: Introducing a minimum level of taxation for multinational enterprises and large companies in 2024
On 1 January 2024, a new set of rules for charging taxes will be introduced for multinational enterprises and large companies. What does this minimum tax involve, and what additional taxation and requirements should you expect?
Minimum taxation Pillar 2: exclusions, safe harbours, and pitfalls
The introduction of Pillar Two model in 2024 provides for a global minimum taxation for multinational enterprises and large companies. What are the exceptions and safe harbours may apply, and what are some of the pitfalls you must watch out for? Our experts explain all.
Legislative proposal adopted: limitation of borrowing from own company
As of 2023, substantial shareholders will pay Dutch personal income tax on debts to their own company exceeding € 700,000. How will this affect your taxes?
Legislative proposal minimum tax 2024 (Pillar 2) published for online consultation
After years of international negotiations, The Netherlands has taken the first step towards a minimum tax for multinational enterprises. The legislative proposal for Pillar 2 has been published for online consultation. Read more about what to expect.
Budget Day 2022: new tax plans announced
The new Dutch tax plans were unveiled on Budget Day ( Prinsjesdag ). The plans include higher taxes for businesses and wealthy shareholders. Read more about the proposed changes to Dutch tax legislation.