Menu

Netherlands Desk

A strong business partner in northern Europe

As a major trading partner with many European countries, the Netherlands continues to be a leader in attracting foreign direct investment and is one of the five largest investors in the United States.

Recommended Insights

How will the new Dutch withholding rules impact cooperatives?

Proposed tax withholding rules may change how members of certain Dutch Cooperatives are taxed on profit distributions.

What's next for BEPS: The multilateral instrument

Attend this webcast to learn about how the OECDA's release of the multilateral instrument may ease country adoption of BEPS recommendations.

  • Dan Berman, Andrew Seidler
  • |
  • December 14, 2016

Foreign pension and US tax planning for international assignments

Foreign pension plans can be very costly for US taxpayers and play a key role in tax planning for international assignments

  • Dorothy Celeste, Sarah Waters
  • |
  • November 22, 2016

Brexit presents risks, opportunities for middle market

Analysis from Joe Brusuelas, chief economist of RSM US LLP, about what this means for the middle market will be posted shortly.

  • June 24, 2016

Tax savings for US investors in pass-throughs with foreign operations

Qualified dividend income planning creates income tax savings for U.S. investors in S corporations, partnerships and LLCs with foreign operations.

  • /content/mcgladrey/en_US/about/profiles/Castro-de-Mario, Bert Hawkins, Crystal Golob Lindholm
  • |
  • May 06, 2015

3 steps for effective tax strategy in international deals

From evaluating the target to the right kind of deal to post-deal structure, tax affects international deal success.

  • /content/mcgladrey/en_US/about/profiles/Castro-de-Mario
  • |
  • January 12, 2015

How can we help you?

How can we help you navigate globally? Contact us by phone +1 800.274.3978 or

Netherlands Desk Leader

Doug Roozeboom, Partner 




Additional information

Insights from RSM International and member firms to consider when entering this market.

European commission proposes public country-by-country reporting

Doing business in the Netherlands

International Business Resillence survey

RSM Global Blog