Company Formation in The Netherlands Includes Bank Introduction, VAT Registration And Expenses For 1 Director / 1 Shareholder
The Netherlands is a founding member of the European Union and the seventh-largest economy in the EU. Its GDP is strong and it is economically stable. As much as 90% of the population speaks English, partly as a result of a strong dependence on international trade. Companies earning less than €200,000/annum only pay 16% CIT, which will be reduced to 15% in 2021. Higher-earning enterprises benefit from equally competitive rates.
Corporate Shareholder Option Includes Notary & Administration
Registered Address Including Virtual Office in Amsterdam, Breda, Hilversum, Maastricht, Rotterdam, Utrecht
It is compulsory to have a registered address for your Company. Using a registered address in a well-known location will mean you’ll appeal to a wider audience and as such your customers will see you as a credible and established business. Portray your company's presence using our virtual address service.
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We provide everything you need to form a company in the Netherlands so that you can start operating your new business as fast as possible.
We will have your Netherlands-based company ready for you in as little as 28 days.
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Our team of company formation experts will advise you on anything and everything you need to properly incorporate your Netherlands company.
Our all-inclusive Netherlands company formation package provides you with all you need to run a company in the Netherlands.
- Bank Introduction
- VAT Registration
- Expenses covered for one director / one shareholder
The Netherlands’ tax regime is fairly liberal, allowing for flexibility in one’s affairs. It has a low withholding rate of 15% for dividends, and this is often reduced even further due to extensive tax treaties which are in place. Shareholders in a limited company (BV) can be of any nationality. The Netherlands is also a shipping powerhouse, making it an excellent choice for anyone engaged in international commerce.
Part of our Netherlands company formation service is to register your company for VAT.
We will introduce you to a bank with competitive fees in order to be able to do business in the Netherlands.
We will give you a physical registered address in one of many cities in the Netherlands.
Do business like a local without having to move to the Netherlands. We’ll handle all essential day-to-day matters while you just take care of business.
How it Works
Check the product out in your shopping cart
Simply add the product you need to your shopping cart and then check it out to start your Netherlands company formation process.
Answer some questions
We will send you some simple questions for you to fill in so that we can properly set up your new company in the Netherlands.
Sit back and relax
Let us do the work to set up your Netherlands company. This will include a really quick and easy identity check where you’ll need your ID or passport to hand.
Reap the benefits!
Once your company has been formed, you can officially start doing business in the Netherlands!
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Here are some common questions about company formations in the Netherlands.
What types of companies can be formed in the Netherlands?
The four major types of companies in the Netherlands are:
- Public limited company (NV)
- Private limited company (BV)
- Branches or subsidiaries
The BV is the most common choice.
How much initial share capital is required to start a limited liability company (BV) in the Netherlands?
Only 1€, down from €18,000 in 2012.
What is the business regulatory climate like in the Netherlands?
The Netherlands is fairly easygoing on the subject of taxation and foreign investment. Employment laws are pretty strict, however.
Does the Netherlands offer financial incentives for foreign investors and new businesses?
Certainly, although this depends on where your business will be formed. Some of these financial incentives are EU-backed.
Is there any nationality requirement for shareholders in the Netherlands?
No. Shareholders in a BV can be of any nationality.