Businesses in the Netherlands pay and withhold several types of tax. Employers withhold salaries tax and social insurance contributions from their employees' salaries. Companies pay corporation tax on their profits. Dividend tax is withheld from dividends (profits) distributed to shareholders. There are also several environmental taxes. Tax conventions have been signed with many countries to avoid the double taxation of international companies.
Taxation and businesses
Netherlands leads the way in Europe with bill for the Minimum Tax Rate Act 2024 (implementing ‘Pillar Two’)
31-05-2023 | 16:23
The bill for the proposed Minimum Tax Rate Act 2024 was presented today to the House of Representatives of the Dutch parliament. ...
Netherlands launches online consultation on draft bill for the proposed Minimum Tax Rate Act 2024
24-10-2022 | 19:01
An online consultation has been launched today on a draft bill for the proposed Minimum Tax Rate Act 2024. The minimum ...
Government to step up fight against tax avoidance with new withholding tax on dividend flows
29-05-2020 | 14:47
In 2024 the Dutch government is planning to introduce a new withholding tax on dividend flows to low tax jurisdictions. This will ...