Benefits of the 30% ruling

Not everyone knows the benefits of the 30% ruling. Next to a tax-free allowance of 30% of the wage, you don’t have to pay tax over your box 2 and 3 income. Read all the benefits here.

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No capital gains tax in the Netherlands

In the Netherlands, you do not pay tax on your actual return, but a notional return is calculated on your box 3 capital. In this article, you can read more about the box 3 tax.

What is your tax residency?

Your tax residency determines where you are taxed. However, this can lead to conflicts. Read more about your tax residency and preventing double taxation in this article.

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Tax plans of Budget Day 2021

Budget Day 2021. In this article, you can read the most important fiscal changes for the year 2022. Here, we list the announced tax plans for 2022.

Budget Day 2021: the expectations

Budget Day 2021 is coming again. In this article, you will find the predictions for Budget Day 2021, and you can read more about the tax changes for the year 2022.

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Why do I have to submit my worldwide income?

The worldwide income is your Dutch and foreign income. It determines the amount of your benefit, non-resident’s health insurance contribution, and the CAK allowance. Read all about it here.


Self-employed (zzp) vs. employed

Are you doubting to quit your job and start as a freelancer? View the pros and cons here. We help both individuals and self-employed people, feel free to contact us!

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Extended the tax return deadline? File your taxes now!

Did you extend your tax return deadline? Then, file your tax return before 1 September! We are happy to help you submit a correct tax return. Read more about it here.

What to do with surplus value?

Surplus value arises when the value of your house is higher than the remaining mortgage. Tax-wise, you should pay attention when spending this amount. In this article, we explain why.

Non-working spouse benefit

How people look at the non-working spouse benefit (also known as the general tax credit) has changed over time. In this article, you can read why and how you can still claim the non-working spouse benefit.