Get support with your subsidy application

Obtaining a subsidy is often a lengthy process that involves much more than just submitting an application. Identifying the right schemes based on your business operations in good time, carefully drawing up an application and the detailed project administration are key to the success of your subsidy application.

Subsidy application report

Once you have submitted your subsidy application, you will receive a clear subsidy report describing exactly how you should carry out the project administration, which costs are can be subsidised and which costs cannot be subsidised. Once the subsidy has been awarded, our advisors can still prove their added value by submitting a report to the subsidy provider or providing support during audit visits, for example.

Our services are always tailored to your requirements and needs. You can choose to involve our advisors in part of the subsidy application process or, if you wish, in the entire process.

Subsidy application process

  • Identifying potential subsidy opportunities
  • Drafting an advisory report, discussing and selecting approach
  • Preparing and submitting the application
  • Assessing the decision

Which subsidy applications are received most often?

The government offers a large number of subsidy schemes and other incentives. As a business owner, you know that the government helps innovative businesses with new products and technologies by providing subsidies. In practice, however, subsidies are difficult to arrange. We will be happy to introduce you to the various subsidy options. Some of the popular schemes are:

  • Promotion of Research and Development Act (WBSO)
  • Energy Investment Allowance (EIA)
  • Environmental Investment Allowance (MIA) and Random Depreciation of Environmental Investments (VAMIL)
  • Sustainable Energy Transition subsidy scheme (SDE++)
  • Sustainable Energy Investment subsidy scheme (ISDE)
  • SME Innovation Stimulation for Regional and Top Sectors (MIT)
  • Subsidy Scheme for Practice-Based Learning
  • Innovation Box
  • Sustainable Employability subsidy scheme (ESF 2014-2020)

Support with your subsidy application and more information

Marc van Can AA

Partner and accountant
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