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At the moment, individuals and organisations all over the world are facing big challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic. There is a great deal of uncertainty and we expect that you may have many questions. In times like these, LIMES international is ready to advise you and answer your questions regarding the coronavirus related to global mobility.

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For people and companies operating across national borders, specialised integral fiscal-legal support is crucial. For over thirty years, LIMES international has been offering integrated services in the field of corporate tax, employee tax, social security, VAT & customs, legal and immigration. We offer our services from a single location ‘one-stop-shop’. Our aim is to unburden and facilitate you, so that you can excel in international business.

LIMES international asks critical questions, explores new possibilities and finds the questions behind your questions. We advise you on cross-border activities and help implement our advice. If you consider the world your playing field, our dedicated advisers are ready to support your international issues.

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Arrange your Dutch residence permit after Brexit

16 October 2020|

UK nationals and/or their family members living or planning to start living in the Netherlands must apply for a Dutch residence permit prior to 1 January 2021. Before said date UK nationals can continue to live, work and study in the Netherlands without a residence permit. As of 1 January 2021 a residence permit is required. Referring to our earlier NewsFlash of 2 July 2020, we would like to inform you that the IND no longer sends invitation letters since August 2020. Therefore, to apply for a residence permit, one must: be registered in the Dutch population register (BRP) have a DigiD receive the post digitally via MijnOverheid, and have a Dutch bank account. If one meets the above mentioned criteria, a Dutch residence permit must be applied for -online- before 31 December 2020.

30 September 2020 the deadline for requesting a deferment of payment will expire

29 September 2020|

The Dutch Tax Authorities recently announced that companies have until 1 October 2020 to request a(nother) 3 month deferment of payment or to extend an earlier application. This is part of a series of measures to help taxpayers who are affected by the (financial) consequences of the coronavirus. If a deferral is granted, starting from 1 January 2021 the outstanding tax debt has to be paid back according to a two-year payment plan. Earlier repayment is possible.

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