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Tax Bill 2019 and Mandatory Disclosure Directive

Prinsjesdag 2018
Tax Bill 2019 and Mandatory Disclosure Directive

On Tuesday 18 September 2018, the Dutch government will present its Tax Plan 2019. We already know that this year’s tax plan will contain important changes in the field of corporate tax, in particular legislation implementing the Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive (ATAD), developments in relation to the amendment or abolishment of dividend withholding tax as well as changes around the deductibility of the coupon on tier-1 capital for banks and insurers.

Furthermore, a new EU Directive (DAC6) has already entered into force. This directive requires EU intermediaries (including banks, accounting firms, law firms, corporate service providers and certain other persons) involved in cross-border arrangements to make a disclosure to their tax authority if certain requirements are met. Where no intermediary is required to make a filing the taxpayer may need to disclose instead. Failure to comply can result in penalties. The first reports are not due until August 2020 but all reportable transactions from 25 June 2018 must be disclosed. It is therefore crucial to consider the effects of this new regime and what information, if any, you should be collecting, now.

To explore the various items in the Tax Bill 2018 and to discuss the latest developments in the area of the Mandatory Disclosure Directive, we invite you to a seminar on Thursday 20 September 2018.

Feel free to share this invitation with your colleagues. They can use the same registration link, please make sure they overwrite your contact details.

We look forward to seeing you and/or your colleagues on 20 September at the seminar at our offices or online during the webinar.

Training points:
Both the seminar and the webinar will qualify you for 2 training points (PO, PE and NOB)



september 2018

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