What is your tax residency?
Sometimes, your tax residency can lead to a discussion with the tax authorities. It is important to know whether you are regarded as a tax resident of the Netherlands. Most likely, your tax residency determines where you are taxed. When determining your tax residency, the Dutch tax authorities only look at the Dutch circumstances. The limitation here is that each country has its own rules. In this article, you can read more about tax residency and the prevention of double taxation.
Why do you need to know your tax residency?
Where are you a tax resident?
Do you want to know whether you are regarded as a tax resident in the Netherlands? The Dutch tax authorities look at various ‘circumstances’, so there are no objective criteria. The following circumstances are important to determine your tax residency:
Avoid double taxation!
So, are you a tax resident of the Netherlands? Then, the Netherlands wants to levy tax on your entire worldwide income. This also applies to your income from foreign work. Nevertheless, situations often arise where two countries want to levy taxes because, according to the law of both countries, you have to pay tax on certain income and/or assets.
Are you subject to double taxation? We are happy to help you avoid double taxation. Fill in the contact form or call us on + 31 (0) 20-2170120.
We are happy to help!
Do you have problems determining your tax residency and do you want to avoid double taxation? Or do you have other tax-related questions? We are happy to help you! Feel free to contact us using the details below to discuss the possibilities.