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According to the CIA World Factbook, tax revenue in the Netherlands represents 43.7% of the country's GDP. Holland's highest bracket for corporate tax is 25%; for individual tax it is 52%. Click here to see tax treaties that the Netherlands has with other countries.
Sections in TAXATION IN THE NETHERLANDS:
» Overview of Tax Issues for Expats in the Netherlands
» Employment Taxation for Expats in the Netherlands
» Business Taxation for Expats in the Netherlands
» Investment Taxation for Expats in the Netherlands
» Tax Treaty Considerations for Expats in the Netherlands
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