Who we are

Although we form part of a national and international network, HLB Den Hartog retains its local focus in Rotterdam and The Hague. Our 50 employees from the region speak the language of the local businesses and are committed to our clients. Our professionals know the dynamics of SMEs, know what is happening and recognise opportunities for their clients. The worldwide presence of HLB enables us to serve you beyond the borders too. Through our international HLB-network we can help you to do business in more than 110 countries. There is effective...Lees verder

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International tax services

The world is becoming smaller. Globalisation and the internet have provided new perspectives and opened up new markets that can be conquered. You can make the best use of your opportunities when you can build on local help from consultants who know all the ins and outs of the relevant tax system for example. You can avoid the risk of surprises when you know the local rules, including all the pitfalls, rates and periods you need to take into account. We can advise you on how the correct company structure in different countries can produce...Lees verder

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Netherlands: upcoming change of law that might influence the use of a Dutch Coop in holding structures?
Based on current Dutch legislation, a Dutch Coop is in principle not obliged to withhold dividend withholding tax on profit distributions to its participants. It is exactly because of this characteristic that many multinational operating companies have structured their world wide shareholdings via a Dutch Coop. If properly used, it can apply the Dutch participation... Read more.

The face of HLB

S.T.M. (Steven) ten Hagen RAPartner

Steven ten Hagen (1965) started his career with Moret & Limperg (now Ernst & Young) in The Hague in 1989, where he gained 20 years of experience with large and medium-sized auditing instructions and with compiling and consultancy work… Lees verder

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