Expat Taxes


Income Tax Fillings

"Income Tax Filings" is the process of submitting your financial information to the tax authorities to fulfill your legal tax obligations in the Netherlands. This involves reporting all income earned during a fiscal year and calculating the taxes owed based on applicable tax laws and regulations.

Income Tax Filing via M-Form

"Income tax return via the M form" is a service that specifically focuses on tax returns for private individuals in the Netherlands who have income from foreign sources or complex financial situations. The M form is a tax return form that is used in the Netherlands for such situations and GlobeXpert can provide customers with the necessary support.

Income Tax Filing via C-Form

If you have been residing outside the Netherlands for the entire tax year and are not a Dutch government official stationed abroad, you are considered a non-resident for tax purposes. In such cases, you are classified as a foreign taxpayer. For individuals falling under this category, the option to file income tax returns is available not only through online platforms but also via the C-Form.

183-Day Rule and Tax Obligations

The "183-Day Rule and Tax Obligations" service addresses the tax implications and obligations related to the "183-Day Rule," which is a common international tax rule. It typically states that if an individual stays in a foreign country for 183 days or more during a tax year, they may become liable to pay taxes.

Provisional Tax

The "Provisional Tax Refund" service is designed to assist individuals and businesses in obtaining refunds for overpaid taxes during the fiscal year before the final tax assessment. This can be particularly important for those who have experienced changes in income, deductions, or tax circumstances throughout .

Request a Dutch Citizen Service Number (BSN)

The "Request a Dutch Citizen Service Number (BSN)" service assists individuals who are moving to or residing in the Netherlands in obtaining their Dutch Citizen Service Number, also known as the Burgerservicenummer or BSN. This unique identification number is crucial for access to various government services.

30% Tax Rulling

The "30% Tax Ruling" is a specialized tax benefit program designed to attract skilled expatriate workers. Under this program, eligible expatriates can receive a tax-free allowance of 30% of their gross salary from their employer, resulting in only 70% of their gross income being subject to income tax.

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