By working with our group of accountants in Netherlands, you will benefit from following services:
If you need an Amsterdam accountant you can rely on our team.
We have an extensive network of partners, who are experts in legal, company formation and accounting matters, therefore if you intend to open a company in a foreign jurisdiction, such as Cuba, or if you need legal services in this country or in any other jurisdiction, we can put you in contact with our affiliates.
Since the data on commercial entities registered with the Chamber of Commerce can be accessed freely, the Data Protection Authority declared that this is a violation of the GDPR rules and this is why the legislation was recently modified. Sole traders that are already registered in the Netherlands with their private citizen services number will be issued with a new code.
|micro company||it has less than 10 employees, its revenues are below EUR 0,7 million, while the company’s assets are of less than EUR 0,35 million|
|small company||it employs maximum 50 employees, the company’s revenues stand at maximum EUR 12 million and it holds assets with a value of less than EUR 6 million|
|medium sized company||it has maximum 250 employees, revenues of maximum EUR 40 million and assets of maximum EUR 20 million|
|large company||it employs more than 250 employees, its yearly revenues are above EUR 40 million and it holds assets of minimum EUR 20 million|
A small company does not need to submit the profit and loss account, while for a medium-sized company, the document is required, but only an abridged version. Furthermore, as a medium-sized company in the Netherlands or a large business, the reporting requirements stipulate that the company’s financial statements have to be audited, following the procedures for audit in the Netherlands. This is done by appointing an external auditor, who has to be a certified accountant in the Netherlands; he or she may also be a foreign person, but who has obtained a license to practice in this country.