Company Incorporation in Netherlands

In the aftermath of Brexit, the Netherlands has emerged as the new hotspot for establishing a business. The country provides numerous advantages to entrepreneurs and investors. The Dutch have risen to the top of several industries by consistently coming up with innovative and efficient solutions. The fact that the Netherlands is a member of the EU obviously plays a significant role, as this has allowed the Dutch to establish excellent connections with the majority of countries around the world. The European Single Market allows you to freely import and export goods and services throughout the EU. Furthermore, the Netherlands' location provides significant logistical advantages.

Benefits of starting a business in Netherlands

  • The lowest corporate income tax rate in the European Union, which the current rate at 19% for income up to € 200,000 [going up to 25% for higher-income brackets].

  • The tax rates are going to be reduced further - for this lowest income bracket, to 16.5% in 2020 and 15% in 2021.

  • No value added tax (VAT) for transactions between the member states of the European Union;

  • Netherlands has the greatest number of treaties for double tax avoidance worldwide;

  • The Netherlands is also among the founding members of the EU;

  • 93% of the native population speaks English; many are also proficient in German and French;

  • Highly educated labor force (3rd in the global top for education level);

  • Outstanding international business atmosphere;

  • The country welcomes foreign entrepreneurs and investors: from small enterprises to multinational companies included in the Fortune 500 list;

  • The Netherlands attracts international companies from all sectors with its stable legislation and politics, coupled with excellent international relations.

How can you register a company?

The following forms have to be filed for incorporating a company in the Netherlands.
The forms you have to use for the purpose of registration are:

  • Form 6: Registration of a non-resident legal entity

  • Form 11: Registration of an official of a legal entity

  • Form 13: Registration of an authorised representative business agent

  • The English-language forms can be used for standard details. Free-form texts such the description of activities etc, must always be stated in Dutch or in English with a translation.

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