The Dutch economy is fast-paced, diverse, and advanced. It offers opportunities across every industry and at various levels, for all interests.
Did you know that there is a road tax in the Netherlands? In Dutch, it is called the Wegenbelasting.
It’s no secret that the Dutch government has abolished the ability to use study costs (tuition, course exam fees, books, and other required material) as a tax-deductible expense
The use of cryptocurrencies for investment and payment purposes is increasing worldwide, and more people find cryptocurrencies an attractive alternative for regular investments. Either for risk diversification or to increase the rate of return on their investment portfolios. Some individuals or groups may even decide to become their own “Central Bank” and issue their own…
So, after moving to the Netherlands, you’ve decided to invest in the stock market. And no wonder the finance bug bit you. This is a country of financial innovation!
The first universal credit card emerged in the US, from the Diners’ Club, Inc., in 1950. Another, known as a travel and entertainment card, followed from the American Express Company in 1958. In the seven decades since, the concept has taken the financial world by storm.
Black Swan Capital Europe‘s David Bellingham discusses some sound financial advice for American expats in Europe alongside guest Steve Lazar.
Black Swan Capital Europe‘s David Bellingham discusses investment fees and charges so you know what you are paying.
The world of investing tends to be seen as a ball of confusion for most living in the Netherlands and throughout Europe.
Every September, the Dutch government publishes a list of changes to the national tax code and budget. The changes reflect the needs of the government, population, and country. This announcement occurs on Prinsjesdag or (translated loosely) the prince’s day.