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Arnold Waal

Welcome to the Orange Tax Services Blog.

We try to share some of our experience in the field by keeping you posted about tax news in the Netherlands. New tax laws, updates to existing laws and any other Dutch tax matters of interest to our expat residents here in Holland will all draw our attention.

Arnold Waal

Latest posts

  • Deemed employment and subcontracting (0)

    We are frequently contacted by foreign companies that are subcontracting in the Netherlands at the site of the client. This is regarded a deemed employment. What is deemed employment In the Netherlands employment is not required to be agreed upon in writing. You can have a verbal agreement as well. The tax office has added […]

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  • 2016 income tax return (0)

    The 2016 income tax return is due and we will be glad to assist you. The Dutch tax residents who had the following situation in 2016: More than one employer A private company A Mortgage on the home being the main residence Are required to file a 2016 income tax return. The Dutch tax residents […]

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  • Minimum salary requirement BV company (0)

    The minimum salary requirement in a BV company has always been fiscal topic. That will not quickly change. I will address some aspects of the minimum salary requirement in this article. The salary requirement addressed, is the salary a managing director shareholder can pay him or herself. As the managing director shareholder is in charge, […]

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  • Ihr Vertriebsmitarbeiter und niederländische Steuern (0)

    Wir stellen häufig fest, dass der niederländische Vertriebsmitarbeiter und das ausländische Unternehmen die richtige Methode suchen Gehaltsabrechnungen zu erstellen. Wir erleben kreative Lösungen, von denen die Auswirkungen von keiner Parteien vollständig anerkannt werden. Vertriebsmitarbeiter gründet Unternehmen nach niederländischer Gesellschaftsform (BV) Der häufigste Fehler ist, dass niederländische Vertriebsmitarbeiter gebeten werden, eine juristische Person in das Unternehmen zu integrieren, […]

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  • Your Dutch sales representative and Dutch tax (0)

    The situation we often encounter is that of the Dutch sales representative and the foreign company are looking for the correct method to run his or her payroll. We experience creative solutions of which the impact is not fully acknowledged by either party. Dutch sales representative sets up BV company The most common mistake we […]

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  • The 30% ruling is granted, but you become 30 years old? (0)

    30% ruling specific expertise One of the requirements for being entitled to the ruling tax free allowance is that your have specific expertise. Expertise that is not or barely available on the Dutch employment market. You meet this requirement if: your salary is at least € 52.699 including the 30% ruling allowance per year (2016) […]

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  • Is your company a source of income? Maybe not, then no income tax is due (0)

    A company is subject to income tax. But what if the company is not regarded a source of income? In this time of age a lot of starting entrepreneurs indicate themselves as start-up company. Basically it is a starting entrepreneur. Regardless how you refer to yourself, if you start a company you will not be instantly […]

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  • Costs of employment – non deductible (0)

    A frequently asked question is about costs of employment. A person needs to wear a suit to work, or her hair needs to be done every week, or a mobile device is essential for performing on the job. The basic rule is that you need to request your employer to reimburse these costs to you. […]

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  • Driving a car in the Netherlands is expensive – car tax (0)

    Car tax in the Netherlands is high. There is import duty on the car. If you drive a company car, a percentage of the Dutch catalogue value is added to your taxable employment income. Company car and car tax If you have been issued with a company car, the advantage of this car is regarded […]

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  • 2017 preliminary assessment income tax (0)

    The 2017 preliminary assessment is based on the 2016 preliminary assessment, but is that assessment still up to date? What is a 2017 preliminary assessment? A preliminary assessment is a positive or negative assessment  issued by the Dutch tax office. A negative assessment implies a refund, a positive assessment implies you need to pay the […]

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