Dutch Tax Blog - OrangeTax

In these fast-changing days, two things are certain: death and taxes. We can't do much about the first but we will do our best to keep expats as up-to-date as possible through this Dutch tax blog, so please feel free to take advantage of our wide-ranging fiscal experience here in the Netherlands!

Follow the ups and downs of the fiscal Netherlands here in our award-winning Dutch tax blog. If you need any expert, professional help with your tax affairs, private or corporate, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Complaint made against tax law

A complaint made against tax law is what we read in the news. We have even been contacted to assist in such a complaint. If we can provide content. We...
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Averaging tax refund – How does it work and when is it applicable?

In some years, your income might fluctuate a lot in comparison to other years, for instance when you receive a bonus, vest stocks from your employer or maybe lose your...
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Empty Value Ratio – How does it work and how do I apply for this?

Do you own a Dutch house that is not your main residence? Are you renting out this property for 2 years or longer under a rental contract? If the answer...
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Deductible costs – What is tax deductible and how does it work?

When you move to the Netherlands you often hear people mentioning tax deductible costs. The most common deductible costs are mortgage interest and study costs. However, there are more deductible...
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A preliminary tax assessment – what is it and how does it work?

As an expat in the Netherlands, you sometimes you hear people talking about the preliminary tax assessment. What is that,  what do they take into account, how do they work,...
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Claiming back VAT on a car without being VAT entrepreneur

A  Dutch person thought it was a good idea to claim back the VAT on the Porsche  Cayenne purchased. Claiming back a substantial amount of VAT while not making any...
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