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Tax in the Netherlands

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?

What is the bpm?

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?

The tax year in the Netherlands runs from 1 January to 31 December inclusive. You are normally required to complete and submit your belastingaangifte (tax return) before 1 May following the end of the tax year. For example, for the tax year 2018, a tax return should be submitted by 1 May 2019.

If you are not able to file your belastingaangifte before 1 May, you can request an extension.

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?

Can I claim any tax benefits against my declared income?