[BUYING AND SELLING REAL ESTATE IN THE NETHERLANDS]
Dividends paid by a Dutch corporate entity to another Dutch resident corporate entity are exempt from withholding Dividend tax in case the participation exemption of the corporate income tax applies. The participation exemption applies in case a corporate entity holds 5% or more of the shares in another corporate entity. Dividend tax withheld in other situations will be refunded and/or settled with Dutch Corporate income tax. Dividends paid by a Dutch corporate entity to a non-resident corporate entity is subject to 15% Dividend withholding tax unless the non- resident corporate entity holds more than 5% of the shares and the EU Parent Subsidiary is applicable. In other cases, the 15% Dividend tax rate may be adjusted due to the applicable tax treaty with the country of residence of the non- resident corporate entity, depending on conditions.
ILN Real Estate Group – Buying and Selling Real Estate Series
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