• Deemed non-resident taxpayer An expat who qualifies as a resident taxpayer of The Netherlands, can opt to be taxed as a deemed non-resident taxpayer. The advantage is that as [...]

  • You can provide the required information by using this link: LINK With this link you also provide information about your Tax Residence status in the Netherlands and information for the [...]

  • To show the Tax Authorities that you meet the definition of an incoming employee All About Expats and their partner Dutch Tax Advice need proof that you lived more than [...]

  • If the application is submitted within four months from the first day of the employment, the 30% ruling will apply retroactively from the first day of employment. If the request [...]

  • A maximum of 30% of your taxable wage is paid out as a tax-free allowance. Please note that a reduction in the gross wage can have consequences for the [...]

  • Below a few examples. Daisy is 31 years old, a Java developer and has agreed a salary of €4,612 excluding 8,33% holiday allowance with the user company. This salary meets [...]

  • 'Incoming employees' can benefit from the 30% facility. For the 30% facility, the highly skilled migrant must have lived outside the Netherlands for more than 16 months from the [...]

  • If a highly skilled migrant who wants to work in the Netherlands wants to make use of the 30% ruling, he or she must have, among other things, specific [...]

  • Conditions including the following will apply to making use of the 30% facility with effect from 1 January 2012: a)     The highly skilled migrant is employed by All About Expats; [...]