PwC Dutch Caribbean News
PwC Dutch Caribbean News | Home
Our ambition is to bring real value to our clients and relations. Tax laws and regulations are constantly changing. Our aim is to keep you informed of the latest news and developments in the field of audit and assurance, advisory and tax. Therefore we have launched PwC Dutch Caribbean News. The updates are prepared by PwC advisors and focus on the Dutch Caribbean market, but also include relevant international news.

  • Below you will find the most recent newsletters. For older issues please select on the left side the subject you are interested in and you will find all the relevant newsletters that have been published.
  • Sign up for free e-mail service and receive automatically your news updates.

Latest news articles
Seminar on Chain Liability Taxes Law

On 1 June 2014 the law 'Liability for taxes and social security premiums' also known as the Chain Liability Law (Wet Ketenaansprakelijkheid) came into effect. If these taxes and premiums are not paid, you may be personally liable. PwC invites you to a seminar on 18 September 2014 where we will answer questions as to who will be subject to the new law and what to do to protect yourself.

Read full article
Integrity, remember?

It seems so obvious that one might forget the importance of integrity. But 'doing the right thing even if no one is watching', requires more than knowing the rules. It is about understanding their meaning. PwC has extensive experience in helping organizations increasing their level of integrity and with that, increasing performance and trust in organizations.

Read full article
Belastingregeling Nederland-Curaçao

Op 5 juni 2014 werd de tekst van nieuwe Belastingregeling Nederland Curaçao (BRNC) aangeboden aan het Nederlandse parlement. De verwachting is dat de BRNC uiterlijk per 1 januari 2015 in werking zal treden. De BRNC wijkt op een aantal punten af van de oude Belastingregeling voor het Koninkrijk (BRK), met name ten aanzien van de Nederlandse dividendbelasting en verder ook wat betreft pensioenen en schenkingsrecht.

On 5 June 2014, the new Tax Agreement for Netherland and Curaçao (BRNC), was sent to the Dutch parliament. It is expected the BRNC will enter into force on 1 January 2015. The BRNC differs substantially from the old Tax Agreement for the Kingdom (BRK), particularly with regard to the Dutch dividend withholding tax and furthermore with regard income tax on pensions and the gift and inheritance tax.

Read full article
Penetration Testing

Protecting your business by assessing its defenses

"Hacking" is a serious everyday threat for organisations that rely on IT to facilitate their business. Penetration testing or 'Ethical Hacking' helps identify the vulnerabilities in your technology environment. This can help you to take the necessary corrective measures and ensure continuity of critical business operations that rely on IT systems.

Read full article
From FATCA to GATCA

On 13 February 2014, the OECD has presented a report on a global standard for automatic exchange of tax information between countries. The report introduces Common Reporting Standards which include suggestions for reporting and due diligence requirements countries can impose on financial institutions. These standards will be the next step from FATCA to GATCA, a Global Account Tax Compliance Act.

Read full article

  1 2 3 4 5 6
Contact Information

Redactie PwC
Dutch Caribbean news
Tel: +(5999) 430 0455
        +(5999) 430 0189
        +(5999) 430 0103

Interesting Links
PwC Dutch Caribbean

"By submitting your e-mail address you acknowledge that you have read the privacy statement and that you consent to our processing the data in accordance with that privacy statement including international transfers. If you change your mind at any time about wishing to receive material from us you can send an e-mail to (info@an.pwc.com)

© 2013 PricewaterhouseCoopers Curaçao. All rights reserved. PwC refers to the Dutch Caribbean member firm, and may sometimes refer to the PwC network. Each member firm is a separate legal entity. Please see www.pwc.com/structure for further details. This content is for general information purposes only, and should not be used as a substitute for consultation with professional advisors.

Privacy Legal About Site Provider