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International Information Exchange

Under European regulations and treaties, the Netherlands is obligated to provide assistance in the taxation of other states. In this context, the Dutch Tax Authority shares tax relevant information with tax authorities abroad. Conversely, it receives tax information from foreign tax authorities. Under certain circumstances, a legal entity is obligated to provide information to the Tax Authority for such international information exchange.

While it may be undesirable for your information to be shared with foreign tax authorities, there is a risk if you do not provide it. You may be subject to fines or even criminal prosecution. Therefore, seeking professional legal assistance at an early stage is advisable.

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