Report: BES islands from 10.10.2010, the tax burden on Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba

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This report gives you all the information about the new status of the BES islands.

As per 10/10/2010 Bonaire, Saba and St. Eustatius Netherlands will be seen as special municipalities of the Netherlands, and the Netherlands Antilles will be dissolved. This offers great opportunities for entrepreneurs from one of these Islands to undertake business from one of these Islands.

In this report the conditions will be discussed, taxation is treated in detail and examples are spelled out. An absolute must for any entrepreneur who is planning to start a business from one of these islands!

As of 10/10/2010, Bonaire a special municipality of the Netherlands. This community has its own tax rate for companies with a profit tax of 0%.
For distribution of this gain is a tax of 5% appilcable.
This tax Law was adopted by the Dutch government on October 7, 2010.

On Bonaire a company  is always a tax based in the Netherlands. Through a decision / statement from the Netherlands Tax Office can be ruled that the company is established on Bonaire. This decision is issued by the Tax Office if:

- Sales under the amount of $ 80,000, - remains, and the assets do not exceed $ 200,000, - and
- The company is actually located on Bonaire and max 50% of the assets are available to people outside Bonaire

or

- The firm has at least three employees and rents or owns one part of a commercial building with a value of $ 50,000, -.

We can assist with the establishment of a BV on Bonaire, and meet the requirements imposed by the Tax Office of the Caribbean Netherlands. In this report everything will be explained.

For further information please contact our office, per mail at info@vanlierfiscaal.com or via contact us.
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