The 2019 Dutch income tax return can be filed as of 1 March 2020. Who is invited by the tax office to file a tax return, must file it. Who is not invited, is either allowed to or obliged to file a tax return depending on the facts. This applies to resident as well to non-resident tax subjects. Below we describe who has to file a tax return, what has to be included in the tax return and when the tax return has to be filed.
Starting 1 January 2020 a new small business regulation (a.k.a. ‘KOR’) for VAT will come into force. Read more “SMALL BUSINESS REGULATION FOR VAT AS OF 2020”
A tax resident of the Netherlands who starts working (temporarily) outside the Netherlands as either an employee or as a self-employed individual could get faced with the income tax, the social security and – in case of activities as self-employed – with the VAT of the Netherlands as well as of the foreign country concerned. Below we describe the consequences of a tax resident of the Netherlands who starts working as an employee or as a self-employed outside the Netherlands
If you decide to start as a self-employed person – in popular language: to become a ZZP – this has consequences for your income tax and your social security position. The consequences depend on the qualification of your activities: do you have income as an entrepreneur, income from other activities or does it qualify as income from an employment after all…
Read more “SELF-EMPLOYED PERSON: ENTREPRENEUR OR NOT?”