Dutch Income Tax Returns
Normally, expats who work in the Netherlands may have to file a Dutch tax return. Also for expats that benefit from a 30% ruling (see previous paragraph), the Dutch income tax return can be complex. For example: when you paid too much taxes and social security contributions over one year, you can send in an application for an income tax return in the Netherlands and ask for a refund of tax.
Paying too much tax and social security contributions can also happen if you worked in the Netherlands for less than 12 months. The tax return that you receive in the Netherlands is based on an estimated yearly salary. Because there are so many rules and legislations, it’s common that mistakes are being made. Especially when you’re not familiar with the Dutch tax returns. It is our experience that expats have troubles meeting this deadline for filing the Dutch income tax return. TGS lime tree therefore not only prepares and files tax returns, but can also apply for extension of this filing date.
Dutch income tax return assistance
In general, the Dutch tax authorities issue a tax return form to private individual taxpayers shortly after the end of the calendar year. The taxpayer has to make sure that the Dutch income tax return has to be completed and filed as a main rule prior to the 1st of May. It is our experience that expats, have troubles meeting this deadline for filing the tax return. TGS lime tree therefore not only prepares and files tax returns, but can also apply for extension of this filing date. Our tax return services ensure that your Dutch income tax return is handled with care, and executed as the Dutch tax authorities expect.
As being stated above, it can be difficult for you, as an expat, to file your income tax return in the Netherlands. That’s why we assist expats with our knowledge regarding the subjects stated above, so we can prevent you from making costly mistakes. Feel free to contact our team of specialists. They can help you out with any questions regarding the income tax return in the Netherlands.