Edwin van den Broek, Senior Associate at BUREN, specializes in Dutch and international tax law. More specifically, the tax return and related advisory practice. This includes drafting and advising on a variety of returns: income tax, dividend tax, corporation tax, tax units of large and medium-sized international companies, international holding and financing companies, active local companies. In addition, Edwin advises on tax positions in the financial statements and risk management in the tax return process. Edwin is also a team member in BUREN’s settlement of estates practice where he advises on the tax consequences of the settlement of estates, inheritance tax declarations and income tax returns or objection to the same.
Edwin graduated from the Higher Economic Studies (HES) in fiscal law and economics in 2013. He has been working at BUREN since March 2019 and previously worked at one of the Big Four offices in the Netherlands. Edwin is a member of the Tax Advisors Register.
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