SRA accountancy firms and/or their clients also do business across the border, which is why we are also making a number of documents available in English.
Information about Dutch support measures for entrepreneurs
The second Dutch support package of € 13 billion: what is changing?
The second support package intended to help entrepreneurs deal with the coronavirus crisis was announced by the Dutch Government on Wednesday, 20 May. This largely extends the measures for a further three months (from June to August). What changes will the new package introduce?
Four changes to Temporary Emergency Bridging Fund for Employment (NOW scheme)
A number of further changes have been made to the NOW scheme. These relate to foreign bank account numbers, the publication of data, clarification of the situation that applies to intra-group secondment operating companies and notification of the wage expenses subsidy.
Information for accountants, tax specialists and advisors
Government information for entrepreneurs
SRA unites 375 Dutch audit, accountancy and tax advisory firms. With practical and strategic support SRA assists its member firms with all aspects of their business operations. By pooling their knowledge and experience, SRA’s members can ensure they give entrepreneurs the best possible help and advice – now and in the future. SRA stands for quality, security and personal attention.
SRA International and INAA
SRA International is a member of the INAA Group, an international association of professional, independent accountancy firms. Through this organisation SRA’s members have the opportunity of working together with accountants across the globe. The INAA Group is represented in fifty countries spread over six continents and has more than sixty members worldwide.
Work together with accountants across the globe.
Learn more about INAA