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Germany facilitates immigration for skilled workers from abroad

Germany facilitates immigration for skilled workers from abroad

The shortage of skilled workers is becoming an increasing problem in Germany and a business risk for many companies. The Federal Government therefore now wants to attract qualified employees from non-EU countries to Germany. On March 1, 2020, a new law will enter into...

Wealthy Investor Visa in the Netherlands

Wealthy Investor Visa in the Netherlands

‘Fewer than 10’ rich investors have taken advantage of a Dutch scheme to give residency permits to people pledging to put at least €1.25m into an innovative Dutch company, according to research by Trouw. The scheme was launched in 2013 but has not proved popular...

Netherlands: implementing changes in law as of 2020

Netherlands: implementing changes in law as of 2020

The Netherlands is to be implementing changes in law, rules and regulations as of 2020. WORK AND INCOME Over a dozen changes affecting workers and income enter into force next year. The biggest change in this category is the implementation of the Work In Balance Act,...

Brexit: Get your Dutch company done

Brexit: Get your Dutch company done

Getaway to EU: Incorporation of a Dutch company Boris Johnson’s massive win in the UK general election means that the Brexit process can now be accelerated, which is something ‘everyone has been waiting for,’ Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte said on Thursday evening....

The Netherlands’ Business Advantages

The Netherlands’ Business Advantages

Strategic Location Strategically located at Europe’s front door, the Netherlands provides access to 95% of Europe’s most lucrative consumer markets within 24 hours of Amsterdam or Rotterdam. International Business Climate Ranked No. 1 on DHL’s Global Connectedness...

As a consequence of Brexit, Amsterdam is the new London

As a consequence of Brexit, Amsterdam is the new London

As a consequence of Brexit, Amsterdam is the new London The disruption of a final Brexit is impossible to calculate, and its full dimensions will take years to become clear. Even so, in tiny, orderly Amsterdam, it is already possible to glimpse what post-Brexit Europe...

Corporate income tax

Corporate income tax

What is a corporate income tax? On September 17, 2019, the Dutch government released a proposal containing its Tax Plan 2020 with certain amendments to Dutch Tax Law. The corporate income tax rate is currently 19% for the first € 200,000 of profit and 25% for profit...

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