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Expat tax rules
In the Netherlands expat tax rules can differ from the income taxes that native people have to pay. Therefore, it’s important as an expat to be well informed about expat tax rules. Tax Globalizers Expat Solutions provides several services that can help expats make their way in the Dutch labour market. Our experienced advisors have extensive knowledge of the Dutch tax system and in what way that applies to your particular situation as an expat.
Expat tax rules in the Netherlands
In the Netherlands taxes are based on the height of an individual’s income. This is determined in several ‘boxes’. In the first box expat tax rules state that people have to pay 28.15% for national insurance premiums. These consist of:
- General Old-age pensions act (AOW);
- General Surviving Relatives act (ANW);
- Act on long-term care (WLZ).
The second box has a tax percentage of 25% on substantial interests and the third box has a tax percentage of 30%. The expat tax rules can exempt certain groups of expats from the 3rd box when they are eligible for the 30% ruling. For more advice about expat tax rules or to find out if your situation is applicable for the 30% ruling, please contact Tax Globalizers Expat Solutions at 040 800 1940.
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