Starting a Dutch business can be challenging……
Starting a new business comes with several challenges. Having an idea alone does not translate into a successful business. If you are a beginner, looking to incorporate your own Dutch business, you may feel somewhat lost and confused, and not have the faintest idea of where to start. After all, there is so much to do when it comes to establishing your own business, and only a professional mentor can help with this.
Do you know that there are several types of Dutch business? Here is an overview of the types of the Dutch business.
Many of you may get confused when deciding the best type of business you should register in the Netherlands to operate efficiently. Most entrepreneurs like to start a BV company in Holland, as it doesn’t require the owner to be a resident in the Netherlands to establish the company. However, it may interest you to know that there are other options too. We can help you to easily set up the following company types:
- Private company as self-employed individual (Eenmanszaak)
- Private partnerships (Vennootschap onder Firma)
- Limited Partnership – Dutch CV (LLP)
- Private Limited company – Dutch BV (Ltd. or Inc.)
How Company NL will help you?
As you can see there are many steps involved when you set up a BV company. Company NL can help you in the following ways:
Meeting Legal Compliance Requirements:
You have to get your company formation done, along with registration at the Dutch Tax and Chamber of Commerce. Signing papers for loans, deciding liability, and getting permits may sound hectic. CompanyNL has contacts with local authorities, so you do not end up struggling, and each step can be taken care of by the company.
When you are in the process of setting up your BV business in Holland, you will often incur expenses even before the office is officially launched. Thus, CompanyNL can help in arranging annual filing accounts, which you need to maintain and retain for seven years.
For your Dutch B.V. business in Holland, you also need to perform the ‘payment test’, wherein you need to withdraw profits from your BV, which can only happen when the BV has enough funds. The pool of experts at CompanyNL guides on gathering and managing the finances in such a way that your BV business can maintain its financial security and that creditors are always paid.
Tax Compliance Requirements:
The Dutch BV business Holland needs to file the financial statements yearly with the Chamber of Commerce. Of course, this is well taken care of by experienced advisers from CompanyNL. You are obliged to pay Dutch personal income tax if you own at least 5% of the company’s shares, as you are referred to as a substantial interest holder, or a major shareholder.
You have to pay tax on the dividend. Although it is expensive to pay yourself a salary from BV, and dividend seems a better trade off, the Tax and Customs Administrations may not allow you to pay yourself a low or zero salary.
The Dutch call it ‘customary salary scheme’ for directors and it has to be a minimum of 44000 Euros annually for director shareholders. Our people at CompanyNL can help you understand these mandatory Dutch tax laws and how to abide by them. They will also help you in paying the corporation tax on profits.
- Public Limited company – Dutch NV (PLC or Corp)
- Cooperative and association
- Foundations (Stichting) and many others.
If you think that dreaming big is the first step to success, then you are absolutely right. A business can be big when it is earning higher profits for you; we believe that it is at its biggest, however, when you have an amazing business idea and plan by your side.
Balance sheets, profit distribution, remunerations, taxes and other important factors will already take up so much of you and your best employees’ time; hence, why not look for seamless solutions, in order to experience optimal ease while setting up the business you have always wanted to be involved in.
………. But we are here to help
One stop solution:
CompanyNL is your one-stop-solution when it comes to setting up a Dutch business in Amsterdam. If you are the owner of a new business in Amsterdam, you need to observe government rules and regulations, and tick off a comprehensive checklist which accompanies starting up a new Dutch company. CompanyNL not only familiarises you with the requirements when starting up a Dutch business in Amsterdam, but also guides you through the entire process.
Location plays a crucial role when it comes to the success of a business, as every amenity should be at arm’s length. CompanyNL will help in finding the right location for your company. We also have contacts with office providers that help in renting incredible spaces for you in which to work and conduct meetings.
Every entrepreneur and business idea needs a unique approach and starting point. That’s where CompanyNL comes into the picture. We will inform you of the specific conditions that apply to your business.
Dedicate Your Time and Effort to Something Productive
Getting us involved will allow you to focus on important matters and factors that enable your business to be a front-runner in domestic, as well as international, markets. We will take care of all your taxes, legal matters and disputes, and even register your trademark to ensure your future.
We have a pool of tax advisers to keep you abreast of Dutch Tax Laws, and help you operate your business effectively and efficiently. In order to allow you to solely focus on your business goals, our Office Provider team will assist you in finding the right space for your business, and in completing all the on-site requirements.
Rely on Us to Set It up Right
It is imperative to have professionals on your side with years of experience and relationships built up with local authorities, so that you can get the necessary approval and documentation done easily and expeditiously. If you, as an entrepreneur, are not an EU citizen, you must fulfil certain conditions if you intend to stay in the Netherlands. CompanyNL can help you in applying for a temporary, or permanent, residence permit, as the case may be.
Our team of professionals can help to dissipate the stress that may arise when planning to set up your Dutch company in the Netherlands. We are quick, reliable, efficient, and can help in registering the company within two weeks, if you visit the country for the procedures.
On your behalf, we can think of unique and attractive business names that are suitable, and help you get to your company registered as quickly as possible. We will also take care of everything else, starting with drafting and notarising the incorporation documents of the new company, submitting them, registering your legal company, dealing with taxation, and many other procedures.
If you wish to start up a Dutch company in the Netherlands without any hassle, why not make an appointment to speak to our representative right now!