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The C&B More team is young, driven and ambitious. We provide tax advice in the maritime sector, to Director/Majority Shareholders, and Foundations and Institutions for the Promotion of the Public Interest. However, we also extend a warm welcome to other sectors. Our services range from advice to tax returns. Meet our team below and learn more about the expertise we have to offer. Can we offer further assistance?

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UPDATE: Deferral of payment without third-party expert proof!

Earlier this week we wrote about support measures related to the corona virus. One of the measures is to obtain deferral of various taxes. This was subject to the condition that a so-called third expert statement had to be submitted within four weeks (after application). It is now known that this statement is no longer … Continued

Extensive fiscal and economic measures due to the corona virus

On Tuesday 17 March, the cabinet announced an extra package of fiscal and economic measures. These support measures are mainly aimed at Dutch entrepreneurs and self-employed persons. In this way, the cabinet is trying to prevent companies from going bankrupt and employees being hit hard financially. The most notable measures are the temporary scheme for … Continued

Tax plan 2020: changes to tonnage scheme

The European Commission has recently approved the extension of the application of the tonnage scheme for (i) large ships, (ii) so-called service ships and (iii) ship management. On the condition that the Netherlands tightens the tonnage scheme as of 1 January 2020 for (i) time or travel charter, (ii) the flag requirement and (iii) so-called … Continued

Extension elements Dutch tonnage tax regime approved by EU

The European Committee has approved to prolong three elements of the Dutch tonnage tax regime up to 31 December 2028. These elements are additions to the tonnage tax regime, as is allowed within the European Union under the state aid rules. These measures were approved in 2009 and 2010 for a period of 10 years … Continued

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