There are different forms available to file a tax return. The most well-known form is the P form, which is the form that you must complete if you live in the Netherlands all year round. However, your situation may require the submission of a different tax form.
The Belastingdienst knows four different forms. Which form is important to you depends entirely on your situation. We briefly explain the various forms on this page, so you know exactly which form to submit. Do you still have any questions? We are happy to help. Fill in the contact form or call us on 020-2170120 to discuss the possibilities without obligation.
If you moved to the Netherlands and paid taxes in your country of origin, you are required to file a migration tax return form (also called the M-form) if you are going to work here. Read more about the M-form here.
Everybody in the Netherlands is obligated to pay tax, for example, income tax and wealth tax. Tax returns are filed every year on these taxes. Read more about the P-form here.
Whenever someone passed away and a last tax return should be done, the Belastingdienst will send an F-form. Read more about the F-form here.
If you have lived outside the Netherlands the whole year but did receive a Dutch income, the C-form is relevant to you. Read more about the C-form here.
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Do you have any questions about the forms or about another fiscal issue? Or do you want our help with filling in one of the forms? The TaxSavers is happy to help you. Fill in our contact form or give us a call on +31 (0)20 – 2170120.