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Fear for job losses because of the dividend tax in the Netherlands 2018

Do you think that because of the dividend tax large companies will move their offices, resulting in a job loss in the Netherlands?*

by Brigitte van de Pas, last edited Oct 5, 2018
Fear for job losses because of the dividend tax in the Netherlands 2018 This statistic shows the fear for job losses because of the dividend tax in the Netherlands in 2018. The dividend tax rate is the total amount of the expected dividend payments from an investment, fund or portfolio expressed on an annualized basis plus any additional non-recurring dividends that may be received during that period. The Rutte III cabinet would like to abolish dividend tax in the Netherlands, arguing this is good for the Dutch economic competitiveness, resulting in more jobs for Dutch employees. Respondents taking part in this survey were asked whether they think that continuing to tax dividend in the Netherlands will result in a job loss. Over 80 percent of the participants stated that they do not think this will be the case.
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Do you think that because of the dividend tax large companies will move their offices, resulting in a job loss in the Netherlands?*

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by Brigitte van de Pas, last edited Oct 5, 2018
This statistic shows the fear for job losses because of the dividend tax in the Netherlands in 2018. The dividend tax rate is the total amount of the expected dividend payments from an investment, fund or portfolio expressed on an annualized basis plus any additional non-recurring dividends that may be received during that period. The Rutte III cabinet would like to abolish dividend tax in the Netherlands, arguing this is good for the Dutch economic competitiveness, resulting in more jobs for Dutch employees. Respondents taking part in this survey were asked whether they think that continuing to tax dividend in the Netherlands will result in a job loss. Over 80 percent of the participants stated that they do not think this will be the case.
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