The Netherlands

Goldsworth, John
May 1988
Accountancy;May88, Vol. 101 Issue 1137, p56
Trade Publication
This article focuses on the tax compensation for the withdrawal of tax credit investment scheme for companies in the Netherlands. The measures is intended for tax cuts and reductions in workers' compensation and to bring the country into line with the rest of Europe for the single market. Corporations will be taxed on a two-tier tax rate. The top rate of personal income tax is expected to be cut to 60 percent from 72 percent and the lowest rate from 14 percent to 10 percent by 1990.


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