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Tax Seminar and walk in mornings by Limes International and the Expat Centre Leiden

08 March 2017 - 24 March 2017

Tax Seminar and walk in mornings by Limes International and the Expat Centre Leiden

Location:

Voorschoterweg 23G, Valkenburg
Time: 19.30

http://www.expatcentreleiden.nl/news/

Description

The Expat Cente and LIMES international will organise an event on March 8 explaining the Dutch tax system and 30%-ruling in more detail.

The maximum number of guests for this event is limited (40): first come, first serve, so sign up now at the link below to ensure your spot on the guest list:

Please register with Expat Centre Leiden

Walk in mornings: In the month of March, LIMES international is also available at the Expat Centre Leiden for general questions regarding taxes on March 16 from 9.30am until noon and on March 24 from 9.30am until noon.

Please feel free to step by in case you have any general questions.

Obligation to file a tax return
In the following situations it is required or can be worthwhile to file a Dutch tax return:
1. You are invited to file your Dutch income tax return
2. You arrived or left the Netherlands sometime during the year
3. You paid mortgage interest on a loan relating to your own house in the Netherlands
4. You paid alimony payments, educational or other deductible expenses
5. You expect that Dutch income tax is due

Filing deadline
In the Netherlands the tax year coincides with the calendar year. Your 2016 Dutch income tax return must be submitted between March 1 and May 1, 2017. You may request for a further extension, but this should be filed before May 1, 2017. You can do so by contacting the tax authorities directly or your tax advisor.
If you file your tax return before April 1, 2017 it is guaranteed that you will receive a reaction/preliminary assessment before July 1, 2017. If you file your return before May 1, it is expected that you receive a reaction before July 1, 2017.

Conclusion
It may not be necessary or that difficult to file your Dutch income tax return. However, if in doubt, you can always contact a tax advisor.

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