Not yet a member of IFA? Register now, by filling outthe form below. Membership of the Dutch Association for International Tax Law (Nederlandse Vereniging voor Internationaal Belastingrecht) is open to all tax professionals (tax advisors/lawyers, in-house tax counsels, academics, government officials, judges, with an interest ininternational taxation and that work in or from The Netherlands. There is a separate branch for Curaçao and Aruba. Membership of the Dutch branchincludes automatically membership of Central IFA. Please find more information on the various types of memberships below.
Membership rights and obligations are set out in the articles of association of the Nederlandse Vereniging voorInternationaal Belastingrecht only available in the Dutch language. The articles can be found in the Documents section.
Members will be invited to attend IFA meetings, are eligble to author branch reports and/or beotherwise involved in the scientific work of IFA and will receive news from the Dutch branch and Central IFA. Members will receive a copy of IFA'sCahier de droit fiscal international (either in folio or in ePub format), which contains the general and branch reports on the main subjects discussedin the annual IFA Congresses. Members also have access to the congress documents of past congresses, held on the Central IFA website (www.ifa.nl). Membership benefits may be amended from time to time.
We kindly request all members to provide the secretariat with their current e-mail address,as most communications with the members take place by e-mail.
By applying for membership, you agree that your application data (name/company name / address / e-mail) will be included in the membership list of the Netherlandsbranch of IFA and will be transmitted to and stored by Central IFA for those purposes. E-mail addresses of IFA members will not be made available to third partiesfor any purpose (and particularly not for any commercial purposes) without your express written prior approval. The IFA membership database is accessible onlyto IFA members. Use of this database by members is not allowed for commercial purposes.
Please note that your application will be reviewed by the board of the Dutch branch. The board will make a recommendation to the general meeting of members,who will decide on accepting your membership application. Usually all applications by eligible tax professionals are accepted.
Individual membership fee: Eur 80.00 per annum (2021: Eur 90.00).Select 'Private membership' in the form below.
For members under 30 there is a special Youngster membership fee: EUR 40.00 per annum (2021: Eur 45.00), under age of 30 on 01 January. Select 'Youngster' in the form below.
Corporate membership fee: Eur 190.00 per annum (2021: Eur 200.00). A corporate membership allows two tax professionals of your organisation to attend IFA meetings.The corporate memberships are usually paid for by the employers, who appoints two persons as IFA members on behalf of the paying company. Select 'Corporate'in the form below.
Most events organised by the Netherland branch of IFA and YIN can be accessed by members free of charge. Attendance at bilateral and multilateral meetings and the annual IFA Congress is subject to separateattendance charges, which are used to cover costs. As IFA is a non-profit organisation, attendances charges are kept as low as possible.