Indirect taxes

Brexit Update: EU grants delay until January 31, 2020

After a long period of silence, there has been a rapid succession of Brexit developments. Our Brexit taskforce, comprising Brexit specialists from KPMG Meijburg & Co and KPMG, would like to update you on what has been happening.

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FS Tax Newsletter Issue 28| April 2017

In this edition you will find, among others, a summary of our annual FS VAT seminar and a summary of the recently published decree on insurance premium tax. We have also included an update of relevant jurisprudence relating to VAT.

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FS Tax Newletter | September 2019

This newsletter includes VAT-related topics covering, for example, the VAT position of supervisory board members and similar officials and the possibility of VAT on compensation in the event of premature termination of (lease) agreements. In addition, DNB’s guidance on tax integrity risks for banks and two bills, one about the Mandatory Disclosure Directive and one about ATAD2, will be discussed.

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FS Tax Newsletter Issue 29 | June 2017

This newsletter contains information about an important insight from the Dutch Supreme Court on interest deduction, three VAT-related topics and the new insurance contracts standard, IFRS 17. The following edition of our FS Tax Newsletter will be published in August. In the meantime we wish you a good summer!

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FS Tax Newsletter Issue 30 | October 2017

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FS Tax Newsletter Issue 31 | December 2017

This issue of our newsletter contains our regular update of recent developments within the Financial Services sector. This month we have included an update on the coalition plans to abolish dividend withholding tax for remittance deduction and to no longer allow fiscal investment institutions to directly invest in property.

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FS Tax Newsletter Issue 27 | Februari 2017

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Other indirect taxes

Aside from insurance premium tax, VAT and customs and excise, we are also here to help with other indirect taxes.

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Indirect taxes

Indirect taxes, such as VAT, insurance premium tax, customs and excise duties and energy tax, occupy an increasingly prominent position in the tax spectrum. Indeed, VAT is the Dutch government’s most important source of income.

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