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Practicalities of leaving the Netherlands

What should I do with my business when I leave the Netherlands?

If you move to another country and you have a business in the Netherlands you need to deregister your business here (assuming all activities in the Netherlands will end).  This needs to be done at the Kamer van Koophandel  (Chamber of Commerce). You can find more information about this on https://www.kvk.nl/english/how-to-register-deregister-and-report-changes/

You can find a checklist of things to do when you close your business on https://business.gov.nl/ending-your-business/closing-down-your-business-or-bankruptcy/checklist-for-closing-down-your-business/

I have a Dutch bank account. Do I need to close it before I leave?

What should I do with my Dutch car?

What do I need to do with my rental property when I leave?

What options do I have with property that I own?

How do I sort out my utilities commitments before I leave?

How do I end my Dutch telephone contract agreements

How do I end my TV/internet contract agreements?

What should I do with things I can’t sell?

Who should I contact for help with moving house?