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Tax advice in the Netherlands

Tax advice in the Netherlands

Many of us perceive taxes and tax advice as a necessary evil. But we also know that it is very important to follow the correct procedures. Both to make sure that we don’t pay too much tax and also to avoid any fines or unpleasant and costly surprises later on.

Employing staff in the Netherlands

Are you considering employing permanent or temporary staff in the Netherlands? Than make sure you are well informed on the obligations you should fulfil.

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Many SME businesses do not have an internal tax or legal specialist, despite the fact that taxes are involved in many personnel matters. Particularly in companies dealing with cross-border work and foreign tax liability, you may well need international tax advice.

It depends on international tax treaties in which country an employee should pay tax. The rules relating to calculating and paying taxes are different in each country. Due to these local differences, it is not easy for employers to get all this right first time. It is important to determine which rules apply at the start of the employment contract in order to prevent fines and corrections from the Dutch tax authorities. What’s more, a work situation may change during the employment contract term, resulting in changes to the taxes and/or social insurance premiums to be paid.

In order to prevent any concerns and ambiguity for yourself and your employees, please contact Interfisc Consult for any questions concerning tax.

WE WILL ENSURE THAT YOU HAVE THE RIGHT INFORMATION AND ASSIST YOU WITH:

  • Evaluating your tax liability when you have employees in the Netherlands and possibly other surrounding countries, and giving advice on tax optimisation
  • Analysing the tax implications of your temporary projects and/or activities in the Netherlands
  • Providing information and advice relating to the various tax types, the associated rates and deductibles: wage tax / loonbelasting, payroll tax / loonheffing, income tax / inkomstenbelasting, VAT / BTW and corporate tax on profit / vennootschapsbelasting
  • Preparing and submitting the tax returns to the Dutch tax authorities, including the ICP declarations
  • Handling all communication with the relevant institutions in the Netherlands
  • Providing various documents and declarations for seconded employees and/or expats, including:
    –   applying for an A1 declaration for working in the Netherlands
    –   configuring and administrative processing of split salary cases for employees working in several countries
    –   applying for a 30% rule in the Netherlands

Employing staff in the Netherlands

Are you considering employing permanent or temporary staff in the Netherlands? Than make sure you are well informed on the obligations you should fulfil.

We have listed the most important topics, click to read more on:

Employing staff in the Netherlands >>

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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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