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Tax in the Netherlands
Can you give me an overview of the Dutch tax system?
What taxes will I have to pay in the Netherlands?
What types of indirect taxes are there in the Netherlands?
What dates does the tax year cover in the Netherlands and when do I need to provide a tax return?
How can I get help with my tax return?
How do I know if I must pay income tax?
How do I submit my tax return?
How is my income assessed?
Can I claim any tax benefits against my declared income?
Do I need to file my tax return even if I stay for short time?
What about my savings and investments? Do I have to transfer them to the Netherlands?
What is the 30% ruling and when do I qualify for this?
When does the 30% ruling end?
Do I need to pay taxes if I bring my own vehicle to the Netherlands?
If you are not a Dutch resident, you may use your car, motorcycle, caravan or trailer in the Netherlands for up to three months without paying tax. If you want to use your car, motorcycle, caravan or trailer in the Netherlands for longer than three months, you must register your vehicle with the RDW (Dutch Road Transport Directorate) and submit a private motor vehicle and a bpm motorcycle tax declaration. Depending on your circumstances, you may be liable to pay belasting van personenauto’s en motorrijwielen – bpm (private motor vehicle and motorcycle tax) and its CO2 emissions efficiency.