Taxing German-Dutch Cross-Border Activities

Taxing German-Dutch Cross-Border Activities

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Cross-border economic activity is gaining more and more importance. This is especially true for the border region between Germany and the Netherlands. The GD Tax Centre was founded to research on the taxation of such activities in 2012. The GD Tax Centre brought together renowned scientists and a significant number of emerging young talents from both sides of the border over a period of three years. This anthology represents some of the research results of the GD Tax Centre. Further research results have been made public via events, presentations or academic publications and a variety of other ways. It consists of many different articles, which mainly discuss topics of cross-border business activities and compare the tax treatment in Germany and the Netherlands. An enormous part of this book focuses on the new German-Dutch tax treaty, which hopefully will enter into force in January 2016. Additionally some articles concern a more general or even a more specific research question. This project was kindly supported by: University of OsnabrA¼ck, Tilburg University, University of MA¼nster, PwC, Hartmann a Kiwit, De Kok, Provincie Gelderland, Provincie Overijssel, Euregio, NiedersAcchsisches Ministerium fA¼r Wirtschaft, Arbeit und Verkehr, Ministerium fA¼r Wirtschaft, Energie, Bauen, Wohnen und Verkehr des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen, Interreg Deutschland-Nederland, European Regional Development Fund.In particular, daily and weekly reports in which the driver mentions which goods he transported to which location combined with his hour registration, tachograph and his logbook must be kept. ... When the customer is a regular customer and the supplier has available a filled-in declaration from the customer (of which a template is included in the attachment of the decree) in addition to the other documentsanbsp;...


Title:Taxing German-Dutch Cross-Border Activities
Author: Bert Alink, Helga van Bijnen, Rebecca Alika Brinkmann, Robert Crijns, Sonja Dusarduijn, Frank Elsweier, Johannes Grave, Kristy Jonas, Philipp Kepper, Herman van Kesteren, Till Meickmann, Madeleine Merkx, Maria Reinert, Benedikt Schewe, Daniel Smit, Christian Sternberg, Stan Stevens, Jeroen van Strien, Philipp J. Thiele, Michael Visser
Publisher:Institut für Finanz- und Steuerrecht, Universität Osnabrück - 2015-02-04
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