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Doing business in Holland by setting up a dutch B.V. a good idea? Yes!
The Dutch B.V. (hereinafter: “BV’) is the most frequently used legal entity in the Netherlands for doing business. Dutch company law has changed effective as per 1 October 2012. As a result the procedure to incorporate a BV has been strongly simplified and the cost have significantly reduced. There is no longer a minimum capital requirement and also the requirement to provide a bank statement upon incorporation has been abolished.
A “BV’ is a private company with limited liability; in Dutch: “Besloten Vennootschap met beperkte aansprakelijkheid”. In comparison, the BV has similar features as the German “GmbH”, the American “LLC”, or the English “Ltd”.
Why use our company when doing business in Holland?
Our company can help you, to set up your company in Holland. We have set up many companies in and around Holland and we have built high quality networks for you. These networks consist of notaries, accountants, tax specialists and office space providers.
Set Up Your Dutch Company can provide the following services:
- Continuous personal assistance
- One dedicated contact person
- Branch registration
- Accountancy services
- Help with your business plan
- Help with obtaining your VAT number and EORI number
- Help with office rental / domiciliation in Rotterdam and Amsterdam
Beneficial tax regime when doing business in Holland
More and more multinational companies wish to avoid supposed taxhavens and blacklisted jurisdictions. The Netherlands offer a beneficial tax regime to set up a dutch holding copmany.
Foreign investors are attracted by this tax system. Next to that the business climate, strong financial sector and pro business government make the Netherlands an excellent country for operating activities like marketing, sales, distribution or R&D.
Set Up Your Dutch Company can help you with fidning your way in the Dutch tax system.
Would you like to get in contact to receive more information? Please contact us by phone (+31 6 42 31 1000) or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.