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30% ruling

No more 30% ruling, what has changed?

No more 30% ruling is the situation that occurred to many internationals on January 1, 2021. The 30% ruling period has been updated and all periods have been reduced to...
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Vacation allowance

Vacation allowance or holiday pay is a hot topic in the month of May in the Netherlands. Hot with the employees, as they are super enthusiastic. Hot with employers as...
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30% ruling

Study cost deduction will end this year (2021)

The study cost deduction in the income tax return will end this year (2021). How does the study cost deduction work? Study cost deduction If you pay yourself a study...
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A hobby is not a source of income

A hobby is not a source of income. When do you know you are working on a hobby instead of a taxable source of income? A hobby is not a...
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Orangetax wins FD Gazelle award 2 years in a row!

DAFT and IND

DAFT and IND is about the Dutch American Friendship treaty and the Dutch immigration service. How is this connected? DAFT and IND The Dutch American Friendship treaty or DAFT makes...
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Business bank account

Too late received tax assessment for appeal

Too late received tax assessment for appeal implies the assessment was received by the tax payer on a date when the time line for appeal has already passed. What to...
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