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The start of the year signals the need to settle your Dutch income tax return. Finsens explains the basic steps for filing your tax return in the Netherlands.
Finsens explains tax deductions in 2015 for non-residents following new laws, including deducting mortgage interest on your home outside the Netherlands.
Here's an explanation of the Dutch taxes for expats new to the Netherlands. [Contributed by J.C. Suurmond & zn. Tax Consultants]
A guide to tax administration and benefits for self-employed entrepreneurs in the Netherlands from the Dutch Chamber of Commerce.
Blue Umbrella takes you through all the steps for filing your Dutch income tax. [Contributed by Blue Umbrella]
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]
Expatax advisor Arjan Enneman explains what you need to know about doing your taxes in the Netherlands.
A simplified guide to the US Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act for American expats living in the Netherlands.
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.
Canadians are taxed on worldwide income; two Canadian tax experts advise on how Canucks abroad can avoid paying more tax than they need to.
As the annual deadline looms for filing your US tax return, here are a few facts to help ensure your taxes are filed correctly before the IRS catches up.
It's tax time again, and the Dutch tax authorities have started sending out invitations for the filing of the annual income tax returns.
Dean Power explains how UK expats can ensure they are paying the correct UK taxes and maximise the opportunities available to them as UK expats living abroad.