A foreign entity can set up business in The Netherlands in two different ways:
- Registration of a branch office;
- Incorporation of a legal entity (subsidiary).
14:41 06 Dec 18
Thank you Broadstreet!!!first I have to say that my knowledge in taxes is 0%.I'm checked a lot before I find a Broadstreet team and I'm really glad.they are professional helpful and helped me step by step with everything what I ask for.Thanks again to everyone
14:08 01 Sep 18
We are extremely happy and satisfied with the service we received from Broadstreet, Elisabeth Bouwer in particular. Financial information was accurate to the cent, and every promise given was kept. Highly recommended!
15:33 30 Aug 18
I have used Broadstreet for around 10 years for tax purposes within Holland. I found them knowledgable, responsive and very professional. I would highly recommend them as an expat tax service.
13:43 06 Nov 17
Having been bounced around a few tax advisors and almost got my self in hot water by being told the wrong thing, I got a recommendation from another person who had a similar business structure to me. The Broadstreet advisor was efficient and thorough and provided a comprehensive and understandable summary of how to deal with my situation. Relocating between regimes with complex tax laws is never going to be straightforward, at least these guys do put the effort in ... beware of others who will make a suggestion and then disappear when it goes haywire!
marco lirio diaz
09:41 24 Jun 17
Great services,thorough and real professionals. As an expat I highly recommend Broadstreet. I had some issues with my tax and they manage to solved the problem avoiding a penalty fee. If you don't want to worry about the complex Dutch Tax, I recommend to leave it on their hands to be sort it for you.