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Opening a Dutch bank account

Opening a Dutch bank account

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Expatica's guide on how to open a Dutch bank account while living in the Netherlands, including information on the banking system and payments.

"i am not a tourist" Expat Fair for Internationals featuring the Job Fair for Internationals

"i am not a tourist" Expat Fair for Internationals featuring the Job Fair f...

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Tackle the ‘tongue-twister’ language taste delicious Dutch food, find fun clubs, make new connections, discover the secret to finding a new home, how to access financial services or register for an educational course, and more at the "i am not a tourist" Expat Fair.

The Dutch pension system

The Dutch pension system

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The Dutch pension system is made up of three tightly connected pillars, and changes to any pillar will affect your pension in the Netherlands.

The Dutch income tax system explained

The Dutch income tax system explained

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Find out whether you need to file a Dutch tax return in the Netherlands, and what taxes apply in the Netherlands.

Financial advice at the Expat Fair

Financial advice at the Expat Fair

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On Sunday, 2 October, meet with several financial experts at the "i am not a tourist" Expat Fair and discover how to successfully manage your money while living in the Netherlands.

Financial Education Seminar for Expats

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Do you know the financial implications of you being an expat? The need for financial information and investment needs of an expat differ from that of a “regular” employee. What does it mean to be an expat? And how do your finances change? [Contributed by Beacon Global Advisers]

The best ways to transfer money internationally

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Assessing the pros, cons and costs of different transfer options is important to get the cheapest and best deal on your international money transfers.

MID-YEAR 2016: AN INVESTMENT REALITY CHECK

MID-YEAR 2016: AN INVESTMENT REALITY CHECK

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Have a good look at your investment portfolio with a financial adviser at least once a year. Yes, it’s time for an investment reality check! [Contributed by Beacon Global Advisers]

FAQ: OPENING A 529 PLAN ACCOUNT

FAQ: OPENING A 529 PLAN ACCOUNT

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Planning for your (grand)child's future? All you wanted to know about setting up a 529 Account. [Contributed by Beacon Global Advisers]

How to get a higher interest rate for your bank savings

How to get a higher interest rate for your bank savings

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Zero interest rates have a significant impact on people’s savings, pensions and investment yields. How can you act now to get the highest interest rate possible for your savings? [Contributed by Raisin]

Expat money matters: How to protect your cash

Expat money matters: How to protect your cash

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Getting your finances in proper order before relocating overseas is vital to achieve happiness and be rid of any worries in your new home.

Financial independence

Financial independence

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You want to retire comfortably but how do you ensure a successful retirement? Financial education is the answer. [Contributed by Beacon Global Advisers]

How to get a loan in the Netherlands

How to get a loan in the Netherlands

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You're buying a new home in the Netherlands and thinking of taking out a loan from a Dutch bank. The process is not as hard as you think. Here is what you need to know. [Contributed by Postkrediet]

The Dutch 30 percent ruling explained

The Dutch 30 percent ruling explained

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Are you eligible for the Dutch 30 percent tax exemption? Finsens' tax experts explain the rules of the Dutch 30 percent ruling for expats in the Netherlands.

Filing your 2015 Dutch tax return the smart way

Filing your 2015 Dutch tax return the smart way

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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]

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