Tax related issues are always a hot topic among startups and scaleups. For this reason, TNW and KPMG Meijburg & Co will be organizing a series of events to help you learn about the tax systems in the Netherlands.
This first hour of the session will focus on People Services, which include payroll/wage tax and income tax related topics. Additionally, the speakers will discuss updates regarding COVID-19 tax measures taken by the Dutch government covering wage tax and VAT. Tax is one of those things that no one likes to think about. However, when you start a business that grows and you are hiring people, one of the first taxes that becomes important is wage tax, payroll administration, and maybe even the 30% ruling. For this workshop we have invited Niloefar Daliri and Floor Kuijer, People Services specialists of KPMG Meijburg & Co, to give an introduction into people-related tax.
Niloefar and Floor will cover a variety of wage tax/income tax related topics with a focus on the following subjects:
- Wage tax/payroll tax implications of hiring employees
- Hiring people from abroad where 30% rulings may apply
- How to deal with stock options from a wage tax and income tax perspective
- COVID-19 Wage tax update
The COVID-19 VAT update will be covered by Ugurcan.
This event will take place online via Microsoft Teams. Eventbrite will email you 2 mins before the session is due to begin with the link. Please use the chat function to ask any questions during the session.
Niloefar graduated from the University of Amsterdam with a specialization in Dutch tax law. She joined KPMG Meijburg & Co in 2013 and has over 6 years of experience advising companies and individuals on the various aspects of wage tax, income tax, and social security, in domestic and cross border situations.
Floor recently joined KPMG Meijburg & Co. She graduated from Maastricht University with a Bachelor Fiscal Economics and Master Tax Law. She already has a variety of clients including packaging businesses and oil and gas companies.
Ugurcan studied economics & business at the University of Amsterdam and tax law (indirect tax) at VU University. He joined KPMG Meijburg & Co in 2015. He assists clients in a broad range of sectors, such as financial institutions, fashion brands and shipping clients.
Meijburg & Co is one of the leading and largest stand-alone tax firms in the Netherlands. As a member firm of KPMG International, Meijburg & Co provides both national and international clients a broad range of tax and legal services around the world.