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Foreign companies & eRecognition in the Netherlands

A growing number of official bodies in the Netherlands are making a so-called eRecognition tool a mandatory condition for communicating with them. For example, since January 2020 it has been impossible to submit a payroll tax form to the Dutch Tax and Customs Administration without eRcognition. 

At Interfisc, we are increasingly faced with questions about eRecognition. This is why we have listed a number of these frequently asked questions in this article, wherever possible with an answer, of course.

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Are you established abroad and do you encounter problems in your communication with the official bodies in the Netherlands? Are you trying to apply for an eRecognition tool, but do not know where to start? Feel free to contact us, so we can look for a solution together with you.

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Since 1972, Interfisc has offered international HR & Payroll solutions in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, and Italy. We do this from our offices in the Netherlands and Belgium, and with an international team of around 45 committed and caring employees. 

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