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.
VAT and customs duties comprise an important part of the European Union’s financial base. The EU’s shifting regulatory framework for VAT has a direct influence on your domestic and cross-border transactions.
In addition, changes to the supervisory rules for your sector, for example, also affect your VAT position. And if your organisation or business undergoes a transformation, this may also have implications for your indirect taxes. How do you remain compliant under such changing circumstances?
Feel free to contact one of our tax experts for assistance.