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Dutch tax of 75% on excessive termination payment

The Dutch Supreme Court recently ruled that the excessive termination tax due by companies on excessive termination payments is not contrary to international law.   A termination payment is considered excessive if an employee's payment, in the year in which its employment is terminated and in the...

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Expense reimbursement of business trips abroad

The Dutch Ministry of Finance recently published updated guidelines regarding the reimbursement of expenses incurred during business trips abroad, such as meals, lodging and out of pocket expenses. Employers can reimburse expenses incurred for and relating to business trips abroad tax exempt up to the...

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Dutch approach towards foreign social security contributions

The State Secretary of Finance recently announced adjusted guidelines in order to determine whether social security contributions paid to foreign social security schemes are taxable (employer contributions) or tax deductible (employee contributions) for Dutch tax purposes. The adjusted guidelines are applicable to employees working in the...

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