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Expat financial advice at the Expat Fair

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Learn more about the Dutch currency and taxes for expats in the Netherlands, find an accountant in Amsterdam, get expat financial advice and more at the Expat Fair in Amsterdam.

The Netherlands' currency was previously known as Guilder. The Netherlands Antillean guilder is still in use in the two Dutch islands of Curacao and Sint Maarten. 1 Euro is currently worth 2.04 Guilder. Since 2002 however, the Dutch currency has been the Euro. If you plan to work in the Netherlands, it is likely that your salary will be paid in Euros (EUR). 

In order to gain an understanding of financial law and common practice in the Netherlands, you might like to read up on topics such as the 30 percent ruling, doing your income tax return in the Netherlands, and the Dutch tax system.

This brief guide explains how you can get expat financial advice at the Expat Fair, held on Sunday 8 October 2017 at the Beurs van Berlage in Amsterdam.

Dutch currency

Money in the Netherlands

When moving here you are certain to have many questions surrounding your finances and the cost of living in the Netherlands, and as a result be in search of expat financial advice. We recommend the Expat Fair for Internationals as the perfect place for finding suitable experts and information regarding expat financial planning.

Taxes for expats 

Fear not, there are plenty of Dutch companies who specialise in taxes for expats. Well respected financial advisors and tax advisors such as Blue Umbrella and Mister Mortgage will be present at the Expat Fair. Expat financial advice can be found with financial planning experts from ABN Amro who will be on site, providing advice to expats who are looking to achieve financial success and stability within the Netherlands.

Expat financial advice

Not only will exhibitors be hosting their own information stands, but they will also host presentations on topics regarding buying a house in the Netherlands, opening a bank account, and currency exchange. Click here to find a financial advisor, Amsterdam (and other Dutch cities).

Expat financial planning

Expat financial planning

Before moving to the Netherlands, or considering a future here, it's best to have an idea of how your financial future looks and in which direction you'd like to take it. Get financial security and remain in control of your money in the Netherlands by visiting representatives from experienced companies at the "i am not a tourist" Expat Fair

Visit the Expat Fair website to learn more about the event and order your free ticket online.

 

Expat Fair Amsterdam: Tickets

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Expat Fair Amsterdam

Whether you’ve lived here for days, months or years, you won’t regret attending the Expat Fair for Internationals. Sunday 8 October 2017, Amsterdam.

Get your FREE tickets and discover more about expat life in the Netherlands.

 

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