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Netherlands: Review of tax developments concerning financial services sector

Netherlands: Tax developments, financial services

The KPMG member firm in the Netherlands has prepared a report that gathers news of recent tax developments that may affect or concern taxpayers in the financial services sector.


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The topics are:

  • Important insight from Dutch Supreme Court on interest deduction
  • CJEU Advocate General’s opinion on VAT exemption for cost-sharing groups, infringement proceedings against Germany
  • VAT exemption for cost-sharing groups: CJEU judgment in infringement proceedings against Luxembourg
  • Proposal to extend VAT adjustment rules to “expensive services” 
  • The new insurance contracts standard—IFRS 17—brings fundamental changes to international insurance accounting
  • Dutch district court holds that Dutch dividend withholding tax withheld on portfolio dividends is not refundable to the taxpayer, a Japanese pension


Read a May 2017 report prepared by the KPMG member firm in the Netherlands

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