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Certain expats are entitled to Dutch tax benefits; this guide to tax in the Netherlands explains the Netherlands' tax rates, the Dutch tax system and tax benefits for expats.
Expatica's guide explains who can open a Dutch bank account and what you need to present when opening a bank account in the Netherlands.
A short guide to help expats choose the level of insurance cover in the Netherlands appropriate to their circumstances.
Find out if inheritance tax in the Netherlands and Dutch inheritance law apply to your worldwide assets as an expat or non-resident, plus how to prepare a Dutch will.
When you drop a quarter into a slot machine, you know that your chances of winning are pretty slim. But risking a quarter (or perhaps much more than a quarter) may be worth it to you if the potential payoff is great enough. Insurance is a lot like that. [Contributed by Beacon Financial Education]
It is that time of the year again. The 2016 calendar year has come to an end, and even though you may have celebrated its end with champagne, it is still time to wrap up your tax affairs for 2016. [Contributed by TaxDirect]
The start of the year is a signal to begin your tax return in the Netherlands. Broadstreet explains Dutch income tax, tax refunds and how to file a Dutch tax return.
Broadstreet explains the rules for non-resident tax in the Netherlands. Find out if you qualify for the advantages of being a non-resident taxpayer.
Are you eligible for the Netherlands' 30 percent ruling? This guide explains how expats can claim a tax exemption under the 30 percent ruling in the Netherlands.
Much information can be found online about the favourable 30 percent ruling for inbound employees, but there is there is often much more to say than what is written. We’ve seen that a lack of in-depth knowledge about the details or an incorrect interpretation often results in missed opportunities or...
Chartered Financial Planner Russell Hammond, APFS MSCI, expands on some of the issues affecting expatriates when transferring UK pensions. One of very few advisers providing advice to expatriates holding the coveted ‘Chartered’ title, Hammond is non-commission based and operates exclusively on a fee-only...
Chartered Financial Planner Russell Hammond, APFS MSCI, expands on some key points about QROPS and how QROPS can be best managed to work for you. One of very few advisers to expatriates holding the coveted ‘Chartered’ title, Hammond is non-commission based and operates exclusively on a fee-only basis....
It's a common occurrence once the holiday season winds down — you reluctantly look at your credit card statement and wince at all the purchases you made over the holidays. Fortunately, there's no need to panic. Consider using one of the following strategies to help pay it off. [Contributed by Beacon...
When it comes to making a fresh start in a new country, knowing where to start planning the move can be a bit daunting. The best way to approach the mammoth list of tasks, including money transfers, is to take them one at a time.
Are you an expat filing your Dutch tax return? Get a free tax review to optimise your tax refund as expats in the Netherlands are entitled to several tax benefits. [Contributed by J.C. Suurmond]