The coronavirus: check your support measures

Companies that lose income due to corona measures can make use of corona support schemes. Many schemes are now closed.

Do you want up-to-date information on which measures are in place? Or do you want to find out if you need to repay some of the support money you received? Find all the information on, the Dutch government website with centralised information for entrepreneurs. The Netherlands Chamber of Commerce KVK is a partner of this initiative. If you are looking for information about rules for businesses, international business, or permits and visa, you can also visit

Financial compensation

These credit guarantee measures also remain in place:

  • KKC: Bridging loans for small companies
  • BMKB-C: SME credit guarantee scheme
  • GO-C: business loan guarantee scheme
  • Microcredit: the extension of repayment for corona bridging credit obtained from Qredits runs until 30 June 2022
  • TOA relaunch credit: for viable SMEs that need a financial boost

Repaying corona support and taxes

Several financial support measures have ended. Businesses that have received support under one or more of these schemes may have to repay part of the money received. The special tax payment extensions that businesses could apply for ended on 31 March 2022. Businesses must pay their taxes as normal from 1 April 2022. 

Find out which types of support or extensions you need to repay, and what options are in place to help you meet these financial obligations.