With a competitive statutory corporate income tax rate in Europe—20% on the first €200,000 and 25% for taxable profits exceeding €200,000—the Dutch tax system has a number of attractive features for international companies:
The Dutch tax ruling practice has a 30-year track record of being fully in line with OECD standards. And thanks to the Netherlands’ stable government and highly accessible and cooperative tax administration, companies can feel confident that any adjustments will be implemented in such a way that maintains attractiveness for foreign investors, minimizes impediments for business and guarantees cooperation and transparency from tax authorities.
Source: IMD WYC 2014 (Western European countries)
Source: IMD WCY 2016 (Western European countries)