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European Commission Introduces new rules to prevent the misuse of shell entities

On 22 December 2021, the European Commission proposed new rules aimed against the misuse of shell entities for improper tax purposes. Based on the proposal, EU companies that qualify as shell entities may be disallowed to claim tax advantages under an applicable tax treaty or EU directive.

Commission on the taxation of multinationals in the Netherlands publishes report on taxation of multinational companies

In 2019, the Dutch Government (Government) has established a commission (Commission) to advise the Government on further measures for ‘fairer’ taxation of multinational companies while it is ensured that the Netherlands maintains to have an attractive tax investment climate for multinational companies. The Commission consists of representatives from the Dutch Government, tax advisers and academics.

Dutch tax measures for bussiness as a result of the Corona-crisis.

Last week the Dutch Government has announced several significant (both tax and non-tax related) measures for businesses as a result of the Corona-crisis. These (temporary) measures are in principle in place for the coming three months, but this period may be extended, if deemed necessary, by the Dutch Government. Below we will discuss the most important measures.