Income Tax Return
If you worked in the Netherlands last year or in previous years and you did not work in the Netherlands for an entire calendar year, you will most likely be entitled to a partial refund of taxes/social insurance contributions in the Netherlands.
Our office can examine whether you are entitled to a refund. If so, we will charge a fee of € 140 including VAT per tax return for the first year, and € 90 including VAT for the coming years per tax return . If you are not entitled to a refund, we will not charge a fee.
(The first year is more expensive, it includes also change of adress/sending Bank statements to the Tax Office)
In order to check whether you should fill out a tax return, we need the following:
- Annual income statement(s) from the Dutch employer/withholding agent for the relevant year;
- Number of days subject to tax/social insurance contributions in the Netherlands; can be provided by the employer;
- E101 or A1 declaration if you were not liable to pay social insurance contributions in the Netherlands, but in another country;
- Name, address, date of birth and Dutch citizen service number;
- Copy of a valid proof of identity.
- Copy of wage slips from the Dutch employer/witholding agent for the relevant year;
- Copy of seafarersbook;
- Date of birth and name of your children living at your home under the age of 12 on the 1th of January in the fiscal year.
If you would like to make use of our services, please contact:
Mr S. Greydanus
Note regarding refund: -
. - If you are liable to pay contributions for part of the year, the income subject to contributions may be reduced to the number of days you are liable to pay contributions in the Netherlands. For example, the income subject to contributions (252/360 x €19,912) in 2018 amounts to €13,938. According to the Dutch Tax Administration, the income subject to contributions amounts to 252/360 x € 33.994 (maximum income subject to contributions per year) which is € 23.795. As the actual income is lower, €19,912 can be taken as a basis. Lower income applies based on the decision from the Court of Appeal in Den Bosch, LJN: BN5162 dated 4 June 2010. The State Secretary did not appeal against this decision. (Difference is approx. €19,912 – €13,938 x 27,65%).