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On Budget Day, 21 September 2021 (Prinsjesdag), the Dutch Ministry of Finance presented its 2022 tax plan. For the proposed bills in this plan to have effect, they first must be approved by Parliament. If approved later this year, many of the proposed measures will take effect on 1 January 2022. This GT Alert outlines the main tax measures presented, as well as a number of other proposals that will take effect on 1 January 2022.

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Photo of Thomas van der Vliet Thomas van der Vliet

Thomas van der Vliet is a Co-Managing Shareholder of the Amsterdam office and Co-Chair of the firm’s Global Tax Practice. As attorney-at-law, he focuses his practice on international tax structuring related to domestic and cross-border M&A projects, fund structuring and corporate restructurings. Thomas

Thomas van der Vliet is a Co-Managing Shareholder of the Amsterdam office and Co-Chair of the firm’s Global Tax Practice. As attorney-at-law, he focuses his practice on international tax structuring related to domestic and cross-border M&A projects, fund structuring and corporate restructurings. Thomas gained deep experience in EU tax law issues and application of tax treaties.

Concentrations

  • International tax advice, with focus on transatlantic structures
  • Transactional services (due diligence, M&A structuring, post-acquisition reorganizations)
  • Litigation in both tax and civil courts
  • Transfer pricing
  • Tax compliance
Photo of Paul Schouten Paul Schouten

Paul Schouten is a tax lawyer and attorney-at-law admitted to the Amsterdam bar. He focuses his practice on international tax structuring, corporate restructurings, fund structuring and all tax aspects of M&A projects. He has a broad experience in EU tax law issues and

Paul Schouten is a tax lawyer and attorney-at-law admitted to the Amsterdam bar. He focuses his practice on international tax structuring, corporate restructurings, fund structuring and all tax aspects of M&A projects. He has a broad experience in EU tax law issues and the application of tax treaties. Moreover, he focuses his practice on domestic and EU-related environmental tax, such as the EU ETS system and the carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM).

He is a contributing author for the Dutch magazine for tax law (NTFR) in the fields of personal income tax, corporate income tax and environmental tax.