It is becoming increasingly common for the Dutch tax authorities and other tax agencies to impose supplementary tax assessments. This is not only the case in the Netherlands but also occurs abroad. Moreover, tax audits nowadays often result in claims, which means your company is suddenly confronted with a major problem. Meijburg & Co’s Tax Controversy team would be pleased to help you find a solution.
Increasingly strict tax audits
Over the years, the manner in which the Dutch tax authorities perform tax audits has become more sophisticated. But it does not end there. The approach adopted is also stricter, and the tone of the discussions is less conciliatory than in the past. This often results in supplementary tax assessments and claims, which can be a drain on your company’s financial resources.
The right strategy in a dispute
Our professionals work together with you to devise the right strategy for any dispute you may face. We use our expertise to find a way to safeguard your rights. Legal proceedings may be the right solution for you, but litigation costs time and money. At Tax Controversy we therefore always first look for other solutions, such as:
- A compromise
- International tax arbitration
- A mutual agreement procedure
We naturally use the proper legal means for this. But what if legal proceedings are unavoidable? Then we will also assist with this process, litigating for you as your legal counsel.
Do you need tax controversy advice?
Have the Dutch tax authorities imposed a supplementary tax assessment or a claim on your company? Do you disagree with it, but are unsure how to proceed? Meijburg & Co’s Tax Controversy specialists would be pleased to help you. As market leader in this area, we know exactly how best to help you. We focus on the essentials and your long-term relationship with government agencies, thus enabling you to once again concentrate on your company’s day-to-day activities.