Synergy, determination and professionalism are among the key ingredients that make our teams able to handle all tasks assigned successfully. Whatever the size of the assignment, we can provide an experienced individual or team to meet each client's specific needs.

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Baker Tilly

Baker Tilly in the Dutch Caribbean (Aruba, Curacao, St. Maarten & Bonaire); an independent Baker Tilly member firm of accountants, tax advisors and consultants.

With consistent year-on-year growth, Baker Tilly has become one of the top 5 firms in this region and combines her local expertise and approach with the power of an extensive international and global operating network.

At Baker Tilly we get inspired by all that has to do with doing business. With a highly educated and skilled team, we are in the midst of the dynamics of your business and we are having tomorrow’s conversations today. Let’s face the future together!

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    National Ordinance Curacao - changes profit tax per Jan 1st 2020

    Happy New Year from the Baker Tilly team! In this update, we inform you about the most important changes in the Curaçao profit tax legislation effective as of 1 January 2020.  The legislative amendments are set forth in the National Ordinance Tax Law Amendment 2019 (in Dutch: Landsverordening Belastingherziening 2019; hereinafter the “Ordinance”).

    You can read the memo in both Dutch and English. 

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    Measurements due to COVID-19

    We are currently back in our offices to work and you can also visit us again for meetings. We have taken the necessary social distancing and hygiene matters at the offices to keep our working environment safe for both our staff as our clients and visitors.

    You can also always e-mail us for urgent matters or questions on or or to the email address of one of our staff members


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    Curacao Solidarity Package for entrepeneurs
    The Government of Curaçao announced a so-called solidarity package on 23 March 2020 to mitigate the effects of the Covid-19 health crisis.

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