Turn royalties and interest into taxable profit

Ewout Klück

Ewout studied Systems Engineering Policy Analyses and Management in Delft from 2000 to 2006 and has therefore gained a lot of knowledge of how the government is structured to support society. During his career he has contributed as an engineer to the renewal, expansion and maintenance of the primary infrastructure of the Netherlands. In addition, he is always interested in politics and regularly gives unsolicited advice to parties and administrators when he sees that things can be improved.

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  1. december 8, 2020

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  2. december 8, 2020

    […] Taxing royalties and interest as profit and limiting amortization of future investments can solve most of the ways to avoid tax. In order to close all loopholes, there just needs to be a solid way to prevent profits from being shifted through normal costs. The so-called “transfer pricing” is the main way this is done. This means that goods are delivered on paper at cost price to a sister company in another country and are then compulsorily bought back at market value. […]

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