Tax advice

Using tax allowances to reduce your tax burden

Every day you make choices: complex, simple and fundamental choices. Many of these choices determine the amount of tax you have to pay. Personal tax advice keeps you well informed and enables you to make full use of tax allowances to reduce your tax burden.

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What our clients say

"When my husband and I took over the flying school, it was a dream come true. But having a passion for flying isn't enough when it comes to running a business. For example, we have to deal with three different tax rates, and aircraft insurance and depreciation is a discipline in its own right. Moore DRV has provided us with excellent support. This included helping us discover we could make significant tax savings by registering aircraft in the UK."

Marcia Hendriks-Hoefnagels - Breda Aviation

Customized tax advice

You want to talk to a tax advisor who not only understands the tax laws and regulations but also knows your business and private situation. One who understands your dilemmas and dreams. One who will analyse the consequences of the choices open to you. One who will give you sound advice on the tax allowances available to you and ensure that you do not unexpectedly face a high tax charge.


Your tax advisor

You will find such a tax advisor in our tax consultancy practice, where tax consultants combine general expertise with in-depth knowledge of a specific area of tax law. Examples include VAT, pensions, corporation tax, gift and inheritance tax, as well as international tax law and financial planning. Close cooperation between your tax advisor and specialists enables us to offer you consistent and soundly based tax advice tailored to your situation.


Support when you need it

The tax consultants at Moore DRV can support you at any stage in your career. We can advise you on starting a business, growing your company or making the right choices for the future. Whatever stage you are at, we will work with you to organize your tax affairs as efficiently as possible and reduce your tax burden.


Starting a business

When you start a business, the first decision you have to make concerns the right legal form. Sole trader? Partnership? Limited company? Jointly with you we will examine the pros and cons of the various forms, so you can decide which best suits your future activities from a taxation perspective. We will deal with the tax arrangements and hold discussions with the Tax and Customs Administration and other bodies to look after your interests. We can also advise you on investing in business assets, for example to take advantage of capital allowances. We will make sure you get off to a good start.


As your business grows

As your business grows, you will have to contend with many tax issues. That applies particularly if you are planning to set up or acquire other companies, perhaps even abroad. How can you ensure that your business continues to grow without any problems? We will work with you to devise the best tax strategy and make sure you are aware of the possibilities, rules and issues.


Transferring your company

Our advice is always to start thinking in good time about passing on your company to the next generation, as proper, timely preparation can save you tax. We will examine your requirements and devise appropriate ways to transfer your company and assets tax-efficiently to your successors. Your advisor will take account of your situation and future plans.

More information?

Dr Dirk van Dorsselaer LL.M.

Partner and tax advisor
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