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From 2024 – C02 Tracking and Reporting of Employee Travel Totals

on February 6, 2024
We would like to inform you regarding a new reporting obligation that will be implemented starting 1 July 2024. If your company employs at least 100 employees in the Netherlands, you will be required to track and report the total number of kilometers your employees travel for work-related purposes annually. This initiative is part of a government plan to monitor and eventually reduce CO2 emissions linked to business travel.
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EU Introduces Revised VAT Scheme to Boost SMEs Across Member States

on February 1, 2024
Effective January 1, 2025, the European Union (EU) is implementing a comprehensive overhaul of its Value Added Tax (VAT) scheme, with a primary focus on supporting small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) across all Member States. The new framework introduces key features aimed at standardizing VAT registration thresholds and extending benefits to non-resident EU businesses.
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Navigating 2024 with Key Employment Updates in the Netherlands

on January 6, 2024
As we stepped into the new year, we would like to address several key financial considerations important for businesses involved in employment within the Netherlands. We are pleased to share with you the latest changes regarding the statutory minimum wage, transitional allowance, and salary criteria for highly skilled migrants, as well as modifications to the 30% ruling, all implemented as of January 1, 2024.
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VAT Victory: Unraveling ECJ Case C-385/09 and Securing Your Refund Rights

on January 2, 2024
In the aforementioned legal dispute, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) delivered a precedent-setting ruling with far-reaching implications for entities engaged in Value Added Tax (VAT) transactions. The focal point of the case was Nidera Handelscompagnie, a Dutch company involved in international trade, specifically the acquisition of wheat from Lithuanian suppliers. The crux of the matter was the company's ability to claim a VAT refund despite an incomplete VAT identification process.
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