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Netherlands

Capital
Official languages
Population 
Currency

ISO 4217

Amsterdam

Dutch

17,134,872

Euro

EUR

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Economy

The Netherlands is a small but prosperous country with a strong economy. According to the World Bank, the Netherlands has a GDP of $919.3 billion in 2019, making it the 18th largest economy in the world. The country has a high level of economic freedom, ranking 8th out of 180 countries in the 2020 Index of Economic Freedom. The Netherlands also has a high level of human development, ranking 4th out of 189 countries in the 2019 Human Development Index. The unemployment rate in the Netherlands is 3.7%, one of the lowest in the European Union. The country also has a strong export economy, with exports accounting for over 70% of its GDP. The Netherlands is a major exporter of agricultural products, machinery, chemicals, and petroleum products. The country is also a major hub for international trade, with the Port of Rotterdam being the largest port in Europe. Overall, the Netherlands has a strong and stable economy that is well-positioned for future growth.

Taxation

In the Netherlands, both corporations and individuals are subject to income tax.


For corporations, the corporate income tax rate is 15% on taxable income up to €245,000 and 25% on taxable income exceeding €245,000. There are also several deductions and tax credits available to businesses, including deductions for research and development expenses, investment deductions, and tax credits for environmentally friendly investments.


For individuals, income tax is levied on a progressive scale ranging from 37.10% on income up to €35,129 to 49.50% on income over €68,508. There are also various deductions and tax credits available to individuals, such as deductions for mortgage interest payments and healthcare costs, and tax credits for charitable donations and childcare expenses.


Tax returns for individuals and corporations are due on May 1st following the end of the tax year, which is the calendar year. If a tax advisor files the return on behalf of the taxpayer, the deadline may be extended to June 1st.


Tax payments are generally made on a quarterly basis, with installments due on March 31st, June 30th, September 30th, and December 31st. However, if the expected tax liability for the year is less than €5,000, the taxpayer may be eligible to pay the entire amount in one installment due on January 31st of the following year.


Tax payments can be made electronically or by bank transfer, and penalties may be assessed for late payments or failure to file a tax return.

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