Netherlands: Public Consultation on Proposed VAT Adjustment Rules

May 24, 2017 Lee Pender

The Dutch government has initiated public consultations on new VAT rules that would allow adjustments, similar to those which currently apply to capital goods, to apply to “valuable” services, i.e., services which are capitalized and depreciated by companies over a period of time. These rules, if approved, would take effect in January of 2018. Comments on the proposed rules are due by June 15, 2017. The draft regulation can be found on Dutch government’s website.

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