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  • Number of vintage cars in the Netherlands continues to rise Peugeot

    The number of vintage cars in the Netherlands continues to rise

    The popularity of and the number of old-timers in the Netherlands continues to increase. Oldtimers in the Netherlands are officially cars of 40 years and older that are exempt from road tax. But the RDW and CBS also take into account in their figures cars from the age of 30 that are still subject to road tax. At European level More

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    The chicken tax, the chicken tax

    The Chicken Tax The Chicken Tax is a 25% rate on potato starch, dextrin, brandy and light trucks imposed by the United States under President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1963 in response to tariffs imposed by France and West Germany. on imports of American chicken. Chicken used to be a More

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    Money is a means, not a goal

    Statistically, you can also be someone who is stuck with the after-pain of 'the product' profiteering policies. The compensation schemes that are offered are not all equally straightforward More

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    Decline in old cars and tightening tax rules
    The total number of old cars overall decreased for the second year in a row. At the start of 2015, there were fewer 22.429 cars in the category with an age of 25 or older compared to a year earlier. Up to the beginning of 2013, the number of cars in that age category also increased, although a significant leveling-off of the growth of the now taxed vintage car quota was already visible at that time. More

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    The tax and the RDW: communication check

    Many classic enthusiasts have received a letter from the tax. Whether they just wanted to pay. In the communication between the Tax & RDW, something has gone 'smoothly': the date of first admission was looked at instead of the year of construction. More