Corporate Tax in the Netherlands
As an entrepreneur or business owner in the Netherlands, you prefer to pay (not more than) your fair share of taxes. Of course. But due to the fast-changing legislations and regulations, it can be difficult for a (foreign) entrepreneur to understand the complex rules of Dutch corporation tax and the corresponding Dutch corporate tax rates. A small-scale miscalculation could cost you or your firm a lot of money, whilst a full understanding of the Dutch tax system could lead to a large increase in profits. So we are here to help.
TGS lime tree is specialized in all matters regarding corporate income tax, income tax, and the corporation tax rates in the Netherlands. We provide tax solutions for small, medium-sized, and large multinationals from all over the world with their tax issues in the Netherlands as well as in the European Union and the UK. And due to our large international network, there’s always a fitting solution for your situation.
Down below you find more information regarding the corporate income tax and tax assistance in the Netherlands.
What is the corporate income tax rate in the Netherlands?
Good news for entrepreneurs: the Dutch government wants to stimulate entrepreneurship, so they are lowering the corporate income tax rate in the following years. This corporation tax rate depends on the taxable amount, which is the taxable profit in one year less the deductible losses.
In the video below, you will find a brief explanation about the present Dutch income tax rates, and the development of the rates in the upcoming years.
In the table below, you will find the corporate tax rates in the Netherlands in 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021.
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|Up to and including €200,000
A further reduced rate will be applied when there are any activities covered by the innovation box. This innovation box provides tax relief to encourage innovative research and development. Profits earned from these activities are taxed at this special rate. More information regarding the corporate income tax rate can be found on the website of the Dutch government.
Tax assistance in the Netherlands
As being said, Dutch tax legislations and regulations can be really complex and difficult to understand, especially if you are not familiar with the Dutch tax system. But that is what we are for. We have years of experience in the Dutch tax arena, so we can assist you, or your firm, with all questions or issues regarding corporate (income) tax.
What are the costs?
Basically all our advisory services will be charged on the basis of our hourly rates. Our current fee structure varies between € 145 for junior staff and € 320 for partner and director. Please note that all amounts mentioned are excluding Dutch VAT.
Upon your request we can provide you with an estimate of our costs before we start with specific advisory services.