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By Loyens & Loeff
The Tax Bills include amendments to implement the anti-hybrid rule and the general anti-abuse rule (GAAR) as introduced in the EU Parent Subsidiary Directive (PSD).
By Niels Muller
Niels Muller, advocaat en belastingadviseur bij Loyens & Loeff, schreef mee aan een notitie vanuit de partijen die in Nederland proberen de elektrische auto tot een succes te maken.
By Kim Lucassen, Joanne Zaaijer
Thousands of European and US companies rely on Safe Harbour certification in order to legally transfer personal data from the EEA to the US.
By Loyens & Loeff
On 5 October 2015, the OECD published the final reports of the OECD/G20 Base Erosion and Profit Shifting project, which consist of a package of measures for a co-ordinated international approach to reform the international tax system.
By Marieke Kolsters
Op 29 september 2015 is het wetsvoorstel Uitvoeringswet Jaarrekeningenrichtlijn aangenomen door de Eerste Kamer.
By Loyens & Loeff
On 6 October 2015, the Council of the European Union reached agreement on a proposal for a Council Directive amending Directive 2011/16/EU (Directive on administrative cooperation between Member States).
By Loyens & Loeff
The Tax Bill provides an incentive for international groups with operations in the Netherlands to investigate whether a(n) (extended) fiscal unity is available and beneficial.
By Loyens & Loeff
On 29 September 2015, the Advocate General to the Dutch Supreme Court delivered opinions about the 30%-ruling in four ongoing proceedings...
By Loyens & Loeff
Today, the European Commission announced its final decisions in the formal state aid investigations into advance pricing agreements (APAs) concluded by Starbucks (The Netherlands) and Fiat (Luxembourg).
By Kim Lucassen, Joanne Zaaijer
Almost every company somehow processes personal data.
By Hermine Voute, Edith Franssen
The Dutch Labour Market Fraud (Bogus Schemes) Act (Wet Aanpak Schijnconstructies: ‘WAS') is to come into force in three phases.