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Jeroen Mijlof

Dutch Tax, Accounting and Brexit Expert

Jeroen Mijlof is an international tax advisor specialized in tax structuring and planning, cross border transactions and all aspects regarding setting up Dutch companies. Jeroen studied tax law at Groningen University and has a degree in Economics. He started his career at the Dutch tax authorities. Subsequently, he worked several years at the larger tax advisory firms (Big 4).

As per 2013 Jeroen works for MFFA Tax Advice, active in the field of:

  • Tax structuring and planning
  • Cross border transactions
  • Tax Compliance and Audits

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