Privacy policy

Privacy declaration

During your visit to this website, you may share certain personal data with Purive. Purive will only use this personal data for the purposes described in this privacy statement and will make every effort to protect the collected personal data. This privacy statement contains information about the purposes that Purive pursues when processing data in connection with this website, about the use of cookies and how you can exercise your rights with regard to your personal data.


The quality manager is the watchful eye within our office and the first point of contact with regard to the processing of personal data. The quality manager can be reached via the details below:


Duivenlaar 18
4854 GK Bavel
Phone : +31 (0)6-21243862

By email address:

Personal data that we process

Purive processes personal data of clients when they use our services and/or clients themselves provide this information to us. Personal data will only be processed for specifically established purposes based on a lawful basis.

For each category of personal data, the purposes for which the processing takes place and who has access to the personal data have been laid down. For the processing of personal data, Purive follows the principles as set out in the GDPR:

Lawful, fair and transparent;
For legitimate purposes only;
No more or longer than necessary;
Correct, current and confidential;
Appropriate technical and organizational security measures.
On what basis and for what purpose we process personal data,
Purive processes personal data for the following purposes:

Your consent, such as when sending our newsletter with the aim of sending you the newsletter;
Execution of the agreement, so that we can call you or send you an e-mail if this is necessary to perform our services;
Statutory obligation, because we are obliged by law and regulations, partly from our professional organization (Register of Tax Advisers), to ensure that sufficient files are kept in the performance of our activities. In addition, we also process personal data when, for example, taking care of tax returns for our clients.
How long we keep personal data

Purive does not store personal data longer than is strictly necessary to achieve the purposes for which data is collected or the legal retention periods that we must follow. We use the following retention periods for the following (categories) of personal data:

A retention period of 30 days applies to cookies on our website;
Data from a potential client (which is sent to our office via the website, for example) will be deleted after 30 days if the potential client does not ultimately become a client of our office. If a potential client does become a client at our office, the data will be kept for as long as necessary for the provision of services to the client;
For the recording of personal data in applications and files for the purpose of performing services for the client, our office follows the statutory retention period, which in many cases is 7 years.
Sharing personal data with third parties

Purive does not sell personal data of clients to third parties and only provides this if this is necessary for the execution of the agreement we have with the client or to comply with a legal obligation. This also includes the right of inspection of authorities such as the Tax and Customs Administration. We conclude a (sub) processing agreement with organizations that process data for our clients on our behalf to ensure the same level of security and confidentiality of clients’ personal data. Purive remains responsible for these processing operations.

In special cases, we may provide personal data to external experts such as a civil-law notary, lawyer or pension specialist in the context of an assignment agreed with the client for these external expert(s). In that case, we will not provide this information to this external expert(s) without the client’s consent.

This data is not used for commercial purposes.


With regard to your visit to this website, the following applies with regard to personal data.

Cookies, or similar techniques, that we use
Purive uses functional, analytical and tracking cookies. A cookie is a small text file that is stored in the browser of the device used when you first visit this website. Purive uses cookies with a purely technical functionality. These ensure that the website works properly and that it can be optimized. In addition

t we place cookies that track the surfing behavior of visitors so that we can offer customized content.

When visiting our website for the first time, we inform visitors about these cookies and ask users for permission to place them.

Visitors can opt out of cookies by setting the internet browser in such a way that it no longer stores cookies. In addition, users can also delete all information previously saved through the browser settings.

View, modify or delete data

Data subjects (the persons whose personal data we process) have the right to view personal data and to request correction or deletion. In addition, data subjects have the right to withdraw any consent for data processing or to object to the processing of personal data by Purive and data subjects have the right to data portability. This means that data subjects can submit a request to us to send the personal data we process in a computer file to the data subject or to another organization specified by the data subject.
Data subjects can send a request for inspection, correction, deletion, data transfer of their own personal data or request for withdrawal of consent or objection to the processing of personal data to

To ensure that the request for inspection has been made by the data subject, we ask that you enclose a copy of proof of identity with the request. In this copy, make the passport photo, if applicable the MRZ (machine readable zone, the strip with numbers at the bottom of the passport), the document number and the citizen service number (BSN) black. This is to protect privacy. We will respond to the request as quickly as possible, but at the latest within one month.

Purive would also like to point out to those involved that they have the option of submitting a complaint to the national supervisory authority, the Dutch Data Protection Authority. This can be done via the following link: