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What can we do for international businesses?


​All your financial, tax and entrepreneurial matters are perfectly arranged. This provides a relationship with us for our clients and you. We understand the challenges of entrepreneurship, enter into discussions and come up with fresh ideas. By operating as a team , we together achieve the best growth and the results for  you.

We support you as entrepreneur to be even more successful.

We enjoy our work, value our relationship and each other. This guarantees a pleasant and professional collaboration. Our strength? Our versatility, knowledgeability, commitment and reliability combined with our direct and clear approach. This provides added value for our relationship and makes us a valuable sparring partner for you.

Our contact persons are:

Mr. drs J.A. (Jan) Rijken RA, as an advising accountant. Jan has extensive experience with both SMEs, associations and foundations and he characterizes himself as an accountant with a high degree of involvement in his relationships and delivering added value. In addition to his work at VDGC, Jan is also active as a ,member of the NBA committee (The Royal Netherlands Institute of Chartered Accountants) for SMEs and as a reviewer on behalf of the NBA Supervisory Board.

Mr. J.M. (Dennis) Schoemaker LL.M, as tax advisor. Dennis has experience with international tax matters such reorganizations, transfer pricing, DAC6 reporting, Master and Local file and CBCR obligations and rulings. Dennis is known for his direct, clear approach and commitment to achieve the best suitable result for your tax situation.

Coronavirus-related tax debts: what are your options?

During the coronavirus crisis Dutch companies could opt to temporarily defer the payment of their tax debts. More than 266,000 entrepreneurs had to start paying off these debts from 1 October 2022. It has now become clear that over 103,000 of them are behind with their payments.

Top 10 changes for employers and directors/major shareholders in 2023

On 1 January 2023 numerous changes were once again introduced that affect employers and direc-tors/major shareholders (DGAs). These include the additional increase applied to the work-related expenses scheme and the abolition of the efficiency margin for determining the customary salary of DGAs. Which ten changes stand out in particular?

Relaxation of Dutch Energy Cost Contribution Scheme (TEK)

The conditions that apply to the Energy Cost Contribution Scheme (TEK) are being relaxed. A company’s energy costs will have to amount to at least 7% of its turnover, instead of the previous level of 12.5%. The consumption threshold has also been removed. As a result, more SMEs will qualify for the TEK.

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