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Fiscale wijzigingen in Nederland en impact van BEPS op de Nederlandse fiscale regelgeving

Fiscale wijzingen in Nederland en impact van BEPS op de Nederlandse fi

Fiscale wijzigingen in Nederland en impact van BEPS op de Nederlandse fiscale regelgeving

18.01.2018 NL law

Fiscale regelgeving wijzigt snel. In verband met de maatschappelijke belangstelling voor belastingplanning door multinationals en de initiatieven van de OESO en de EU, geldt dit eens te meer voor internationaal actieve ondernemingen.

Wat zijn de laatste fiscale wijzingen in Nederland? Wat is de impact van het zogenaamde BEPS-project op de Nederlandse fiscale regelgeving? Michael Molenaars, Jeroen Smits, Reinout de Boer en Raymond Roumen schreven het Nederlandse hoofdstuk in de 2018 Global Practice Guide Corporate Tax van Chambers and Partners waarin u onder meer antwoorden op deze vragen kunt vinden.

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