Supplying information to the tax authorities about people who earn money through your platform. Companies such as Uber and Bolt may have to do this every year. The Ministry of Finance is currently consulting a bill for this.
The purpose of the law is to increase transparency about the income residents of the European Union earn through these platforms, reports the national government. In this way, taxes can also be levied in a fairer way. This may include information about the income that someone has earned with platform work and his or her account number, name and address.
Also in other EU countries The bill implements the European Union directive ‘transparency regarding platform economy and other adjustments’ into Dutch law. Other EU countries also want to introduce similar legislation. The bill can be responded to until November 8.
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