Tax declaration Netherlands
Help with your income tax return, M-form, 30% ruling, inheritance tax return
& gift tax return
As an individual in the Netherlands, you can be faced with different types of tax returns. The best known is the annual income tax return. Especially in years of migration or when you bought a house in the Netherlands, it could be wise to discuss your tax return with a tax advisor. But, in addition to the income tax return, you may also have to deal with the inheritance tax return, gift tax return, and worldwide income return. Could you use some help with one of these tax returns? We provide a complete and correct tax return so that you never pay too much or too little tax!
In some years, filing your income tax return is more complicated or you don’t want to deal with it yourself. We take care of your tax return and explain step-by-step what we have done so you can do it yourself in the following years. Fill in the contact form or call us at +31 20 – 2170120 to discuss the possibilities.
Sometimes, filing your annual income tax return can be quite complicated. For example, did you move to the Netherlands? Then you have to file a special migration tax return, called the M-form. Also when you bought a house, got married/divorced, or have assets abroad, it is wise to consider having your income tax return filed by an expert. We are happy to help you record your new tax situation in the income tax return. Do you want to apply for the provisional assessment? We can also help you. Fill in the contact form or call us at 020-2170120 to discuss the possibilities.
Do you receive a heritage? Then you will probably have to deal with inheritance tax in the Netherlands. An inheritance consists of all the assets and debts of the deceased. Do you inherit more than the exemption? Then you must file an inheritance tax return according to the Dutch tax authorities. The amount of inheritance tax depends on the amount of the inheritance and the relationship with the deceased.
Do you receive a gift from, for example, your parents or grandparents? If this gift exceeds the annual exemption, you must submit a gift tax return in the Netherlands. This does not immediately mean that you have to pay gift tax. It is possible that the gift you receive falls within the one-off increased gift exemption. The amount of the gift tax depends on the amount of the gift and the relationship with the donor.
In some cases, you have to state your worldwide income. You do this via the worldwide income return (formulier ‘Opgaaf wereldinkomen’). If you (or your allowance partner) lived abroad and received an allowance from the Dutch tax authorities, you must file a worldwide income return. From the end of April, the tax authorities will start sending the forms.
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Could you use some help with your Dutch taxes, like your income tax return, provisional tax return, inheritance tax return, gift tax return, or worldwide income return? Please, contact us using the details mentioned below.