Tax and Accounting | Amsterdam
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Tax law in Amsterdam can be a maze for expats. In addition to national legislation, you often have to deal with international tax treaties and social security legislation. Most information is in Dutch, which makes it difficult to understand for non-Dutch speakers.
Bentacera provides tax advice on the Dutch tax implications of becoming a tax resident to expats who are looking to move to Amsterdam.
Specialists at Bentacera consist of tax advisers, international tax advisers, mergers and acquisitions specialists, pension advisers and personnel and salary advisers backed with years of experience in their field.
30% of your wage is then tax-free. This also includes a tax exemption for certain assets.
This is a very difficult tax bill to file. Most expat-employees can expect a large tax-refund in social security contributions.
The social security system provides aid residents in a challenging financial situation with insufficient income due to disability, unemployment, or disease. Contributions are based on an individual’s income.
There are three types of taxable income in the Dutch tax system divided into “Boxes”. These boxes are categorised as: