Customs and excise

Expansion of corona support in connection with extension of lockdown (January 2021)

On January 21, 2021 in a letter sent to the Lower House of Parliament the government announced that the current relief and recovery package for the economy and labor market would again be expanded.

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Relief and recovery package for the economy and labor market reappraised

In a letter sent to the Lower House of Parliament on December 9, 2020 the government announced that the existing relief and recovery package for the economy and labor market  – which was announced in August and has applied since October 1, 2020 – would be amended and some elements expanded.

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Relief and recovery package for the economy and labor market (Emergency package 3.0)

On August 28, 2020 by letter to the Lower House of Parliament, the government presented a relief and recovery package for businesses and workers, which follows on from the two previous emergency packages.

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Impact of transfer pricing adjustments on EU customs valuation

Many companies are not aware that retrospective intercompany transfer pricing adjustments could potentially impact the customs valuation of goods imported into the EU. It is therefore imperative that action will be taken.

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Additional agreements about the second Jobs and Economy emergency package (Emergency package 2.0)

From a letter sent to the Lower House of Parliament on May 28, 2020, it appears that the government has further consulted with employer and employee organizations in response to Emergency package 2.0.

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Extension and expansion of Jobs and Economy emergency package (Emergency package 2.0)

More than two months ago the government announced a number of emergency measures in its ‘Jobs and Economy emergency package’ letter to the Lower House of Parliament dated March 17, 2020. These measures were intended to mitigate the first acute and widespread shock resulting from the coronavirus and the crisis measures introduced in this respect. On May 20, 2020 the government announced – once again in a letter to the Lower House of Parliament – that various measures in the first emergency package (Emergency package 1.0) would be extended and supplemented with new measures (Emergency package 2.0).

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Building Blocks for a Better Tax System

On May 18, 2020 the ‘Building Blocks for a Better Tax System’ package was published. The reports, which together contain more than 1000 pages of text, have resulted in 169 detailed policy options on a large number of taxes, which can be used by a new government.

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Updated policy statement on corona crisis tax measures, including with regard to deferral of payment

By policy statement dated April 14, 2020 the Deputy Minister of Finance announced a number of specific approvals as a result of the corona crisis. That policy statement has now been replaced by the policy statement of April 22, 2020, in which the approvals in the previous policy statement are supplemented with new approvals, including with regard to deferral of payment, payment default penalties and the notification of inability to pay.

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Deputy Minister releases policy statement with corona crisis tax measures

By letter dated April 14, 2020 sent to the Lower House of Parliament, the Deputy Minister of Finance released a policy statement that further elaborates on the emergency tax measures by means of the granting of several specific approvals.

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