Tax return in the Netherlands

The dawn of another year is in the Netherlands the time at which everyone receives their tax return forms (Jaaropgave).

By the decision of Belastingdienst Office in 2015 the settlement period has been extended and lasts from March 1 to May 1.

Since December 1, 2013 you must be the owner of the account number you wish to submit!

Legal regulations clearly define the minimum amount of tax return, which is EUR 14. If the return varies below this amount, the tax refund is EUR 0.

You may file your tax return individually or with a fiscal partner.

According to the Dutch law, fiscal partners are people who:

• are married or have a registered partnership or
• are registered at the same address and:
a) have a common child or
b) have a combined pension scheme or
c) are the joint owners of the property or
• were fiscal partners in the previous year.

If you work in the Netherlands and your partner resides in a different country, and he/she is on a low income or has no income at all, you may be eligible for tax relief  read – tax relief.

According to the Dutch law, tax returns and their corrections can be filed up to past 5 years back. We will be glad to do it on your behalf anytime.

To file your tax return we need the following information:
Personal data – on a special form
Jaaropgave or last pay stub “salaris loonstrook”, “payslip”

Please feel free to contact us for further information.

Source: www.belastingdienst.nl

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