Dutch taxes explained and organized
Dutch tax advisor for your income tax return, VAT return, 30% ruling, migration & more!
Emigration to The Netherlands, buying or selling a house, changing your mortgage, or switching to another mortgage provider, are examples of ‘fiscal moments’ that impact your tax return in The Netherlands considerably. We investigate how you need to file your tax return properly and we involve you in the process, such that you can do it yourself in the future.
We will prepare and file your tax return, both for private individuals and entrepreneurs (self-employed). We are in touch regularly, so we don’t miss anything. During this process, we will need your (online – DigiD) authorization to check what details the Belastingdienst has about you. We remain in frequent and close contact with you so we don’t miss any details.
We discuss the fiscal process before filing your tax return, so you are able to file it yourself in the future. After you have approved your tax return, we will file it. It’s a comfortable feeling when your tax return has been discussed, checked, and submitted to the Belastingdienst. We will also review the final tax assessment the tax office sends you.
for your situation
Fiscal moments affect your tax return (think of migration to the Netherlands, buying or selling a home, or changing your mortgage). Together with you, we look at what is needed to properly file your tax return, so you can do it yourself in the coming years.
We take care of your complete tax return. From filling in, checking, and discussing to submitting it to the tax authorities, even the final assessment of the Belastingdienst is checked.
Did you recently move to the Netherlands? Then, you need to file a special migration tax return, the so-called M-form. You have to file this form if you did not live in the Netherlands for the full year.
We will handle the M-form for you and give you full English support, so, if desired, you can do the Dutch tax return yourself in the future.
As a freelancer, entrepreneur, self-employed (zzp) in the Netherlands, you must submit the VAT return. Usually, this is done each quarter. Do you do business in another EU country? Then, you probably also have to submit the ICP declaration.
We are happy to take care of the VAT return and the ICP declaration for you. This way you can focus on what really matters: running your business!
Before we submit your tax return, we personally discuss the tax advice. After your approval, we will submit the tax return to the tax authorities. We will also immediately check the provisional assessment for the coming year.
Your tax situation is changing and you are looking for tax advice. As a tax advisor, we offer you the help you need. Send us your questions and we will answer them during a personal conversation.
We are happy to explain our working method by telephone and indicate what is needed to get started with your tax return and tax advice.
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for your situation
As a private individual and entrepreneur, you must file an annual income tax return. We take care of your tax return completely. From filling in, checking, and discussing to submitting it to the tax authorities and even the assessment is checked.
As a freelancer or entrepreneur (self-employed), you must submit a VAT return (in Dutch: btw-aangifte) every month, quarter, or year. Usually, this is done each quarter. We are happy to take care of the VAT return for you.
Did you recently move to the Netherlands? Then, you need to file a special migration tax return, the so-called M-form. You have to file this form if you did not live in the Netherlands for the full year. We help you prepare and file your M-form.
Your tax situation is changing and you are looking for tax advice. As a tax advisor in the Netherlands, we offer you the help you need with your Dutch taxes. Send us your questions and we will answer them during a personal conversation.