Capital gains tax

This is a tax that is only levied on the profits that a specific or full capital generates, and not on that capital. Examples of specific capital gains taxes are withholding tax on dividends of shares and on interest from savings certificates and Bonds A loan to a company or a government, which is paid back with interest. In contrast to shares, most bonds have a fixed duration and a fixed interest, which is usually paid out on an annual basis. Therefore, as a general rule, bonds have less risk than shares. bonds. There is a capital gains tax on the full capital in the Netherlands. It is a complex tax that you cannot implement without consideration. After all, a small saver and investor cannot become a victim of it, just like the super-rich may not be allowed to evade it.