International business

Doing business abroad

Growing internationalization means that businesses and employees are increasingly working across borders. Given the plethora of rules, however, it is difficult to create an optimum situation and foresee the consequences of doing business abroad. Every country has its own company laws and rules and these are liable to change constantly. Countries are bound by treaties and regulations governing who can levy tax in a particular situation. DRV has specialists who can guide you step by step through the complexity of cross-border business.

This is what we stand for

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Large international network

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Expert knowledge

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No tax burdens

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Legal compliance

Moore Global Network Limited

DRV is a member of Moore Global Network Limited, an international network of independent firms. Thanks to our membership of this network, we are able to connect our clients with 609 offices of 266 firms in 112 countries.

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Advice for your cross-border business

Want to make a success of your international business? Our international specialists can advise you on a range of subjects including:

  • Applying treaty provisions
  • Corporate tax
  • Transfer pricing
  • Cross-border employment
  • Agency workers
  • 30% facility for incoming employees
  • Salary split
  • Emigration and immigration

 

Doing business in the Netherlands

We created a detailed manual to guide you through the investment environment in the Netherlands. The manual offers practical information about the country and how to set up a business, adopt the ideal legal form, the subsidy schemes, the tax system, labour law and much more. Download the knowledge guide ‘Doing Business in the Netherlands’.

More information?

Manfred Zurhorst LL.M.

Partner and tax lawyer
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