The optimal design of WBSO and the Innovation box
15 June 2020 - The outbreak of the new corona virus is hit hard on entrepreneurs financially. Unfortunately, many entrepreneurs have to ask themselves how they will survive this crisis. In that context, the Cabinet has taken various fiscal and financial measures to help entrepreneurs through this time of crisis. In addition to these new possibilities, there are also various existing fiscal and financial measures, which can play an important role in this, including the Research and Development Promotion Act (WBSO) and the innovation box.
Want to know more?
Would you like to have more information about optimizing the WBSO hours, the innovation box and / or other tax incentives and how your company can benefit from this? Please contact Bert Boerrigter by e-mail or by telephone: +31 (0) 88 277 11 30 or Marko Edens by e-mail or by telephone: +31 (0) 88 277 11 30. If you have any questions about the WBSO and other subsidies, please contact Leap's Björn Verstraate by e-mail. They will be happy to help you.
Technology, Media & Telecom
As an entrepreneur within the Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT) sector, you find yourself in a dynamic environment where fast and innovative developments follow each other in quick succession. This has an impact on your company. Yet at the same time these developments also offer opportunities which, of course, you do not want to miss out on. In brief, being actively involved in the sector throws up some serious challenges for passionate and inspired entrepreneurs.
Emergency Employment Bridging Fund
16 June 2020 - The government wants to protect jobs and incomes during the coronacrisis. One of the measures taken is the Emergency Employment Bridging Fund (Noodfonds Overbrugging Werkgelegenheid - NOW), an allowance towards wage costs for companies that are currently losing turnover.