Belastingadviseur Eindhoven (Tax Consultant Eindhoven) offers a wide range of legal and tax services for expats living in the Netherlands. Our team provides tailored, independent and professional advice and assistance in legal and tax matters nationally and internationally. We are able to help you with all legal matters, expat regulations and tax ruling to enjoy your stay in The Netherlands. Our office is situated in the centre of Eindhoven. We have the experience to handle your case effectively and efficiently. Please feel free to contact us via Whatsapp or call us at +31 (0)40 303 5112 or leave us a message via the contact form. The first consult is completely free!

Working in the Netherlands

Working in the Netherlands is where it all begins. It is important to review your employment agreement before signing, to make sure it is in accordance with Dutch law. It is also important to know your rights as an employee in the Netherlands, in order to address certain issues correctly. We understand that Dutch law can be quite overwhelming, and are happy to help you with any employment matters.

consultation

You are welcome for a free consultation at our office at Stratumsedijk 6 in Eindhoven.
We are genuinely interested in who you are and would like to get to know you. Because only then we will be able to help you and give you advice that really suits your personal situation and wishes.

30%- ruling

The 30% ruling in the Netherlands is a tax facility for expats or – to be more precise – for incoming employees (migrants) who come to work in the Netherlands and who have expertise that is scarcely available in the Netherlands. The tax advantage consist of a tax free allowance of maximum 30% of the salary which is subject to Dutch payroll tax. The remaining 70% will be taxed based on the standard tax brackets. The 30% ruling is granted when the appropriate requirements are met.

Frequently asked questions about the 30% ruling

The maximum duration of the 30% tax ruling was originally eight years, but a new ruling has shortened that period to five years as of 1 January 2019. This new time limit will affect new and existing expats who use the 30ruling.

The 50-20-30 Rule helps you build a budget by using three spending categories: 50% of your income should go to living expenses and essentials. This includes your rent, utilities, and things like groceries and transportation for work. 30% of your income should be used for flexible spending.

The 30% reimbursement ruling (better known as the 30% ruling) is a tax advantage for highly skilled migrants moving to the Netherlands for a specific employment role. When the necessary conditions are met, the employer can grant a tax free allowance equivalent to 30% of the gross salary subject to Dutch payroll tax.

Basically, your ‘regular employment income’ is the basis for calculating the 30% reimbursement. There are regulations regarding pension premiums, but your bonus, holiday allowance, other benefits and company car all fall under the ruling. A redundancy settlement, however, does not qualify as salary for the 30ruling.

According to the Centraal Planbureau (CPB), in 2019 the median gross income for a person working in the Netherlands is 36.000 euros annually or 2.778 euros gross per month. A salary can vary greatly from the median income as it is influenced by age, sector, professional experience and hours worked.

To receive the 30% ruling you must also meet the following requirements:
  1. You are an employee of a company in the Netherlands.
  2. You have specific professional expertise that is scarce or not available in the Netherlands.
  3. You and your employer agree in writing that the 30% ruling applies to your situation.

Filing income tax returns

Filing your tax returns annually (and under circumstances also quarterly) can be quite a hassle. It is important to have the correct documents and information ready and to understand the Dutch tax law. Also, the Dutch Tax Authority has not yet translated all information and/or forms into English. This means that it can be quite hard to understand what is being asked from you. Belastingadviseur Eindhoven (Tax-advisors) is happy to assist you with filing different kinds of tax returns.

How we work...

We would like to get to know you and of course you want to know who we are. We will find out soon enough if we can offer you what you expect. Our financial advisor will be happy to welcome you for an initial consultation.

Good advice is not a simple push of a button, but the result of a well-considered inventory of your wishes and possibilities. We list important aspects together with you. The advisor takes the time in the first introductory meeting or call, which is always completely free of charge and without obligation. You are not attached to anything!

If we can be of good service to you, you will receive a suitable proposal from us. We always base the advisory process on your goals and financial possibilities. We attach more importance to a realistic approach than to creating too high expectations. If you are in agreement with this, then we will proceed with the advice and guidance energetically. That is the starting point of our clear service. 

From this moment on, we will relieve you of your worries and make sure everything is taken care of from start to finish. We handle your affairs quickly and well. This active way of working has more than proved itself in the meantime. 

Before, during and after the advisory process, we would like to be your point of contact. For a long time now, our cooperation has only resulted in satisfied customers. For our customers, we take that one extra step that makes all the difference in many things. Your business is in good hands with us.

How can we help you?

If you require any further information, please do let us know. We can assist you to have your tax matters handled correctly. Please feel free to contact us via Whatsapp or call us at +31 (0)40 303 5112 or leave us a message via the contact form. Schedule a free consultation with our tax advisor. A tax consultant will speak with you at no cost or obligation, review your case, and give you honest advice to get your matter resolved.