The Tax Administration obligates entrepreneurs to submit their VAT tax returns digitally. This also applies to people with new businesses. Submitting VAT returns doesn’t have to be complicated. It’s really nothing more than the total amount of VAT paid (VAT you charged to clients) minus the VAT you paid (to suppliers or services). The period in which you need to file your VAT return is important. Make sure you know which tax period applies to you, as a small business owner.
Filing your VAT return
When you make your VAT return, it’s important that your accounts are in order, and you have good, clear records of your debtors and creditors for that particular tax period. Would you like us to help you file your VAT returns? No problem. We’ll do more than simply filing your tax return – we’ll get your accounts properly organised and establish the rate that applies to your activities.
Supplementary VAT return
Have you filed your turnover tax return, but need to make an adjustment or addition? No problem. You can do this by using the supplementary turnover tax return (suppletie omzetbelasting). As an entrepreneur, you can arrange the supplementary tax return yourself, or leave it to us. We’re glad to be of help.
Who are we?
NAHV Belastingadviseurs is the finance and accountancy firm where you can ask the questions you never dared to ask. We specialise in tax and administrative solutions, and financial advice for (creative) entrepreneurs. We have over 3,500 regular clients ranging from artists, to journalists, architects and many other professionals and companies in the creative and cultural sector, as well as lawyers, independent contractors in the construction sector, physiotherapists and countless other professions. Whether you’re a freelancer or self-employed professional, director and major shareholder of a private limited company or a general partnership, we help everyone.
Our office has served Amsterdam and the surrounding area for 25 years. We have in-house experts, work as a team, take a proactive approach, and can keep the costs manageable.