Wico de Boer
Education: Tax and Notary Law at the University of Groningen.
After his time as a student in Groningen, Wico started his career at Ernst Young, where he worked until the end of 2000 in the international and national practice. After that he continued his career at KPMG Meijburg & Co. Thereafter he established World Tax & Employment Services (WT&ES). WT&ES is part of several international networks allowing for a worldwide service offering for both corporate as employment services.
Wico has built up the following specific expertise:
– Advice regarding national and international employment (income tax, social security, labor law);
– Optimization of remuneration structures (e.g. salary splits, employment participation, pension plans);
– Advice regarding corporate taxation and permanent establishment issues;
– Advice regarding national and international payrolls and calculation of Dutch wage tax;
– Specific knowledge in the field of cross border employment situations between Germany, Belgium and The Netherlands and guidance of Benelux reorganizations.
Nathalie De Keulenaer
Nathalie is graduated as a lawyer at the University of Antwerp and obtained a special degree in taxation at the Fiscale Hogeschool in Brussels. Her career began in 1987 at KPMG Belgium where she has worked for 26 years. During this period she evolved from a general tax consultant to a more specialist tax advisor in the field of international employment aspects and she was a member of the Belgium-Holland Desk. Since November 2013 Nathalie is part of the WT&ES team where she takes care of the Belgian files.
Nathalie has built up the following specific expertise:
– Optimization of remuneration structures (e.g. salary splits);
– Advice with respect to the special tax status for foreign executives (expat tax status);
– Income tax returns (for residents and non-residents);
– Advice regarding national and international payrolls and calculation of Belgian withholding tax;
– Specific knowledge in the field of cross border employment situations between Belgium and The Netherlands and guidance of Benelux reorganizations.
Kim van de Ven
Kim began her study at Fontys College in Eindhoven where she completed the study Fiscal Law & Economics successfully. Afterwards she obtained a master in tax law at the University of Tilburg. In 2012, she started as a junior tax consultant at WT&ES.
Her activities are mainly focused on the preparation of:
– Applications of the 30% ruling;
– Several advises in the field of cross-border employment;
– Payroll schedules.
Charles van den Berg
Charles van den Berg graduated as fiscal lawyer, specialising in Indirect Taxes, in 1999 at the University of Leiden. He started his career in the international practice of EY. In 2005 Charles continued his career at PwC where he headed the Energy practice for Indirect Taxes. In 2012 he went on to work for a small Tax Boutique where he headed the Indirect Taxes practice. In 2014 Charles started his own practice.
Charles is specialised in the VAT, environmental taxes and real estate transfer tax. His client base can be found in different industries such as energy, leasing, real estate, financial services, waste, chemistry and international trade. Furthermore, he advises frequently on the VAT position of Holding companies.
Charles is also working for one of the Dutch leading fiscal magazines in which he frequently publishes his opinion on jurisprudence (NTFR). Moreover, he is an author for the NDFR (Nederlandse Documentatie Fiscaal Recht / fiscal encyclopedia).