Bart van der Veeken

Bart van der Veeken

Company: Be Tax Bright

Title: Tax Advisor

Frank de Bats

Frank de Bats

Company: Frank de Bats

Title: self-employed

Jan-Hein van Leeuwen

Jan-Hein van Leeuwen

Company: TaxAble – experts in tax

Title: Partner / tax advisor

Robert Bosma

Robert Bosma

Company: Broadstreet

Title: Tax lawyer

Latest question answered:

Bart van der Veeken
Bart van der Veeken

I'm 27, dutch, lived in NL and worked but for the past 3years I live in france with my couple. I do not work and do not intend to. NL says I need to pay taxes, why? I don't live there anymore!

by Fani on 16 Jan 2018 Read Answer
Bart van der Veeken
Bart van der Veeken

Hi Bart,

I work for a Portuguese company that is about to start working for a Dutch company. I'll have to live in the Netherlands but my salary will be paid by the Portuguese company. I would like to move to the Netherlands sometime in a near future and I am worried that, with this arrangement, I won't be eligible for 30% rule after this contract. Can you please advise me?

by Andreia Fernandes on 15 Jan 2018 Read Answer
Bart van der Veeken
Bart van der Veeken

Dear Bart,

I am from India and completed my studies in Aachen for three years on temporary residence permit before moving to the Netherlands in Oct '17. I wish to apply for the 30 % tax ruling through my firm. But the form directly turns invalid through the >150 km condition. Could you please advise on how the form must be submitted to prove that I was temporarily in Aachen and was still a registered resident of India?

Kind Regards,
Niranjana Venkatesh

by Niranjana Venkatesh on 12 Jan 2018 Read Answer
Bart van der Veeken
Bart van der Veeken

PayPal unfortunately stopped their operation in Turkey and I do sell stamps on EBay, and were using PayPal heavily but my yearly sales were below 10.000,00 Dollars (Ten Thousand). Now I want a friend to open a PayPal account, in Netherlands, on behalf of me.
Will he/she be hit by taxation and if so, what is the minimum limit to avoid taxation.

Kind Regards

Fevzi

by Fevzi ARICIOGLU on 10 Jan 2018 Read Answer
Bart van der Veeken
Bart van der Veeken

Dear Bart,

first of all, thank you for your help!
I am a 26 years old Italian Master's student (double degree, in Germany and Portugal) about to start a 6-months internship in a company in The Netherlands. They are offering me 735€ gross per month, and I would like to know how much of that is actually ending up in my pockets: what will be my taxation situation?

Thank you and good evening!

by Marco on 05 Jan 2018 Read Answer
Bart van der Veeken
Bart van der Veeken

I am English and my wife is Dutch. We currently live in the UK but are planning on moving to The Netherlands soon. My wife does not work. She receives a small pension in the UK and another small Dutch pension. Her total income is around 500 GBP/month. I am a retired police officer and receive a pension of approximately 1600 GBP/month after tax. In addition to receiving this pension I work for an American cruise line company. I work a 12 week on 12 week off contract. I only get paid when I am working. Here in the UK, because I spend more than 183 days out of the country each year, I don't have to pay tax on my earnings, as I am entitled to claim the Seaman's Deduction. If I become a Dutch resident how much tax will I have to pay? Does The Netherlands have a similar tax allowance for residents who spend more than half of the year out of the country?

by Keith Huelin on 01 Jan 2018 Read Answer
Frank de Bats
Frank de Bats

Hi Frank,

I don't know if this is your area, but I have a question regarding social benefits for the self-employed.

I'm a self-employed copywriter in the Netherlands, and the amount of work I have been getting is now minimal. I own my apartment outright - I have no mortgage - and it is worth +/-100.00 euro.

I have been told that this means I cannot claim any benefit making up for the fact my income is now almost zero. Is this true?

Thanks,
Ian

by Ian on 26 Dec 2017 Read Answer
Bart van der Veeken
Bart van der Veeken

Dear Bart,

I have been working in the Netherlands since 2014 as highly skilled worker. I have not applied for the 30% ruling because I had been living in Belgium before I moved to the Netherlands and I thought that I am not qualified because the condition of 150 km is not met. However, recently I heard from a friend that it is not necessary to satisfy this requirement. Is that correct? Based on your experience could you let me know how strict are tax authorities with the condition of 150 km?

If you think that my application can be accepted , could you please help me with it?

Looking forward to hearing from you soon. Best regards

Viktor

by Viktor on 24 Dec 2017 Read Answer
Frank de Bats
Frank de Bats

Hello Frank,

I graduated about two years ago and I'm applying to a search year in the Netherlands. I heard that your search year application can get rejected because you didn't register in the municipality. I registered only the first two years, but the third year I didn't register! Would that be a problem?

Best,

Aly Dabbous.

by Dabbous on 24 Dec 2017 Read Answer
Jan-Hein van Leeuwen
Jan-Hein van Leeuwen

Hi Jan-Hein
this year my partner died. I now have to fill in an "aangifte na overlijden" "form F?".
I checked on the belastingdienst website but cannot find anything for this in English.
I am trying to fill the form in but am having difficulty understanding items such as mortgages, savings, life assurance ect & how they are to be treated on the form.
Can you advise where is a good place to get help for this?

Regards
Tony

by tony on 21 Dec 2017 Read Answer