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22 October 2019 / news

Contribution to the 2019 Chambers Private Wealth Guide - Netherlands

Our Family Owned Business & Private Wealth department contributed to the 2019 Chambers Private Wealth Guide by providing the chapter “Law and Practice - the Netherlands”.

This chapter sets out a clear overview of Dutch tax and legal aspects specifically relevant for private clients and their underlying business affairs. It touches on personal income tax, gift and estate tax, estate planning, business succession and the use of trusts, foundations and similar entities.

Read the contribution here.



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