Litigation and procedural law are crucial parts of any dispute with the Tax and Customs Administration. BvdV has experts that specialise in this legal domain. As such, we can offer assistance on a wide range of disputes with the Tax and Customs Administration, from the dispute’s inception right through to an appeal at the Supreme Court, if necessary.
We strive to resolve the vast majority of disputes with the Tax and Customs Administration without intervention by the court. To that end, we carefully examine the exact content of the dispute on a case-by-case basis and weigh what the arguments for and against are. This allows us to assist you in making an informed decision regarding whether or not to enter into a dialogue with the Tax and Customs Administration.
Experience teaches us that the most favourable compromises are reached when the Tax and Customs Administration know that the relevant taxpayer is willing and able to litigate on the issue. All our BvdV tax experts are also attorneys at law – twice the knowledge, twice the skill.
Undeclared savings and voluntary disclosure
Our tax advisers have experience assisting persons with undeclared savings. We provide assistance to taxpayers who have voluntarily elected to disclose their savings or who have been requested to provide information thereon by the Tax and Customs Administration and who are willing to cooperate to establish their tax liability.
If you would like to find out more about procedural law or wish to request assistance in a dispute with the Tax and Customs Administration, then please contact us for a consultation without obligation.