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Optimizing the tax position of the company and that of the director-shareholder(s) in private


You will encounter various issues when you are part of a family business which you may have built up yourself. These might relate to funding or an expansion of your business activities, or concern the appropriate measures to guarantee the continuity of the business. Other examples of family business issues are the structuring of control over the business, recruiting and retaining good employees or making arrangements for the succession of the business to the next generation.

In order to optimally enjoy the benefits of the family business, it is important to find an optimal tax structure which suits the company’s business opportunities and the shareholders. This might involve choosing the right legal form, finding a good balance between the family’s business and private interests and the pension provision, for example. Furthermore, the family business must have control over its various tax obligations. Is the company in control with regard to the Dutch wage withholding tax and VAT to be paid? Will it be necessary to arrange provisions for expenses in the near future? Does the director qualify as an employee for Dutch social security purposes? Is the company managing its tax obligations in all the foreign countries in which it operates? And lastly, does the business comply with all the formal conditions regarding the filing of the annual accounts?

We have wide-ranging experience in how to deal with such tax issues. Innovative Tax will enable you to take the right decision, so that the business can show an optimal return. After your approval, we will provide you with the agreed tax advice or negotiate with the tax authorities about the tax consequences of a certain transaction.


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