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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

  • Taxation and a company car (0)

    Driving a company car in the Netherlands is not a free treat of the employer. Taxation and a company car go hand in hand for the private use of the car. The employee needs to add a percentage of the Dutch catalogue value to his or her income as that is regarded salary for private […]

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  • We are hiring – payroll in the Netherlands (0)

    Currently a lot of companies show ‘We are hiring’, so do we, as the Dutch economy is booming. Payroll in the Netherlands, what does that imply? Payroll in the Netherlands We have two types from a practical point of view. One type is not the genuine employee, but you can earn money by subcontracting an […]

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  • Bank account payments from the tax office (0)

    In the Netherlands you could be income tax due to the Dutch tax office, but you can also receive a tax refund from the Dutch tax office. Bank account payments from the tax office, how is that done? How are bank account payments to the Dutch tax office done? First you need to determine whether […]

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  • Do not start an argument that you already won – car parking costs (0)

    In the Netherlands parking your car without paying for parking is a commodity only possible in the country side. The local cities have become very creative with scanning cars. Cars that drive at a normal speed through the city, scanning all license plates of parked cars. If a car has not paid for parking a […]

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  • Co-parenting and the income dependent combination rebate (0)

    Income dependent combination rebate   The income dependent combination rebate, the so called “Inkomensafhankelijke Combinatiekorting”, is one of the personal levy rebates in the income tax, which reduces the amount of income tax due. This specific personal levy rebate is interesting for you when:   you have a child and your child is under the […]

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  • UK Ltd subject to Dutch wage tax rules (0)

    In the Netherlands we have wage tax rules for major shareholders directors in a BV company with respect to the minimum salary they need to earn. Some think that if the legal entity is incorporated and kept abroad, these rules do not apply. This is the wake up message for them.   Wage tax rules […]

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  • Check your tax assessment (0)

    The income tax return was due before May 1 last. The tax residents that filed before April 1 last have received by now or will receive this week before July 1 their income tax assessment. Check your tax assessment – especially when you filed a so called M form The M form stands for migration […]

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  • Pre brexit move to the Netherlands (0)

    Hard or soft Brexit, a Brexit is coming and basically nobody knows what that implies. Hence we experience many British companies setting up business already on the continent, to prevent their company being blocked from doing business with Europa in the post Brexit era. What pre Brexit move to the Netherlands can be set up? […]

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  • Airline pilots taxed where they work or where they life? (0)

    Airline pilots are subject to taxation over their income as well, but how and where are they taxed? They fly over so many countries, is their activity assumed an activity in that specific country they fly over or have simple rules been issued. Where is an Airline pilot taxed? That depends on certain factors. Some […]

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  • Rejected bookkeeping tax office (0)

    The moment you become an entrepreneur in the Netherlands or when you start up your BV company, you are required to process a bookkeeping. A rejected bookkeeping presents an rather undesired situation. Bookkeeping meeting tax office requirements A bookkeeping that meets the tax office requirements is one from which it becomes immediately clear what is […]

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