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2020 Dutch income tax return

23 February 2021|

It is time to file your Dutch personal income tax return. The Dutch fiscal year runs from 1 January through 31 December. The filing deadline is 1 May 2021 for the 2020 tax returns. For people who have entered or left the Netherlands during the year, the filing deadline is 1 July 2021. It is always possible to apply for an extension of filing your tax return. This can be done via the website of the Dutch Tax Authorities, MijnBelastingdienst by making use of your DigiD. Extension will be granted until 1 September 2021. Are you obliged to file a tax return? You are, in the following situations: You have received an invitation from the Dutch Tax Authorities to file a tax return, the famous blue envelop and/or You owe tax to the Dutch Tax Authorities. Besides this, you may always file a tax return when you expect a refund of taxes. What income is taxed? As a resident taxpayer of the Netherlands, you are taxable on your worldwide income. Tax is levied based on the Box system. In Box 1 income from work [...]

Driving licence British nationals

25 January 2021|

Assuming that you, as a British national, have arranged your Dutch residence permit (to continue) to live, work or study in the Netherlands, we would like to remind you about your driving licence. As a British national you must exchange your UK driving licence for a Dutch driving licence. The exchange should (have) be(en) arranged through the local Municipal Authorities. The validity of your driving licence depends on when you arrived in the Netherlands and registered in the Dutch population register (BRP). For those, registering as of 1 January 2021 a health declaration from the Central Office for Motor Vehicle Driver Testing (CBR) or a 30% ruling grant should be submitted to exchange your driving licence. If our assistance is required with your 30% ruling application, which will simplify the exchanging of your driving licence, please do not hesitate to contact us.



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