Tax Audit in The Netherlands

Excl. tax

Tax Audit


The Tax inspection in The Netherlands (Belastingdienst) can request an audit regarding multiple taxes. In most cases they will check one speciific tax area in a small period of time, and expand from there. VAT audits are the most common.


Corporate Tax audits will check the height of the profits of a company, and can trigger discussions regarding costs and height of the turnover. Also interest costs and loans to affiliated companies can be a trigger point in the discussion.


The place of effective management and activities of a company will cause tax implications in the country in which these activities take place. This substance discussion is a very important part of the tax audit in international circumstances.


We can help you when an audit will be executed at your Dutch company. We perform the following services:


  • Communicate with the tax office
  • We arrange the appointments with the auditors and host the audits
  • We support you in presenting the correct facts and figures to the tax office
  • We object the decisions of the tax office when these are not based on the correct facts
  • We will negotiate on your behalf with the tax office to arrange the best possible outcome
  • We will advise you and guide you in this process


Please fee free to contact us for any questions on the audit or a second opinion on an actual audit report. The first consultation and advise how to proceed can be offered for a fixed fee of 125,- euro excl. VAT, After the consultation you can decide if you want to continue the procedure against the Tax Office or not.





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