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The Dutch government has published a tax plan for 2021


				15.09.2020
						The Dutch Government has published a tax plan for 2021, including additional measures to stimulate the economic growth during the crisis. The previously announced reduction in the corporate tax rate will be canceled and the rate will remain at the same level - 25%. The freed up funds will help to strengthen the economy.

Nevertheless, the government for small and medium-sized businesses continues to reduce the tax burden. The corporate tax rate will be reduced from 16.5% to 15%. At the moment, this tax rate is applied to the companies with the profits of up to 200,000 euros. From 2021, the reduced rate will be applied to the profits of up to € 245,000 instead of the current € 200,000. And in 2022 this limit will be increased to 395,000 euros.

 Link to source: https://www.government.nl/topics/budget-day/news/2020/09/15/2021-tax-plan-post-crisis-tax-system-will-be-better-fairer-and-more-sustainable 		

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