Opgaaf wereldinkomen: waarom, wie, wat?

Een behoorlijk aantal cliënten van ons kantoor moet jaarlijks een “opgaaf wereldinkomen” indienen. Dit artikel legt uit: wat een opgaaf wereldinkomen is, waarom moet deze opgave ingediend worden, door wie en wat zijn de gevolgen? wat wij voor u kunnen betekenen Tips met betrekking tot de opgaaf wereldinkomen. Heeft u vragen? Neem vrijblijvend contact met ons op (+31 35 20 50 983 of via … Read More

Which type of Dutch personal income tax return do I need?

Which type of tax return do I need? The Netherlands has various types of tax returns and it depends on your personal situation which one you need. This article is part of a series of articles that should help you to stay compliant towards the Dutch tax system. M-return: Dutch personal income tax return for migrants The M-return is the first Dutch personal income … Read More

Dutch 30 percent ruling back to only 5 years!!

This article is about the Dutch 30 percent ruling and is intended for: Employees who have been granted the Dutch 30 percent ruling Employers with employees who have been granted the Dutch 30 percent ruling Americans who have been granted the Dutch 30 percent ruling The 30 percent ruling in general Under this Dutch 30 percent ruling, employers can pay out part of the remuneration they … Read More

The Dutch 30% ruling

This article is intended for: Employees and employers, Expats, Employer Americans Business owners Students Dutch 30% ruling: tax exempt wages A large number of private individual clients of Langendorff Tax Consultancy are employees. They have been granted the so-called 30% ruling. Under this ruling, employers can pay out a sum of maximum 30% of their normal salary, tax free. In order to obtain this ruling, … Read More

Dutch personal income tax: formal tax procedures in the Netherlands

Dutch personal income tax: formal tax procedures in the Netherlands is an article written for: Private individuals Expats Americans General: Like in every country, the Netherlands has specific procedures when it comes to determining the amount of Dutch personal income tax to pay. And like every country, the Netherlands also want you to comply with their tax laws, which basically comes down to returns … Read More

Fiscale adviezen met een missie

Langendorff Fiscaal Advies werkt voor uiteenlopende cliënten, van particulieren tot internationaal opererende vennootschappen. Met ruim achttien jaar nationale en internationale ervaring en een zeer divers en wereldwijd netwerk (bijvoorbeeld de International Practice Group) van collega adviseurs, staan wij u graag terzijde. Onze werkwijze is gebaseerd op vier pijlers: compliancy, transparantie, fiscale rust en discretie. Denk hierbij aan: We streven naar een zo laag mogelijk … Read More

Dutch tax calendar

15 February:          If no tax return form or letter requiring you to file an electronic tax return was received, check if obliged to file a return and if not, whether you are entitled to a tax refund Call us for a free check  (advice@langendorff.eu or +31 35 20 50 983). 1 March: If you want to file the tax return yourself, … Read More

Brexit and Dutch pensions: be prepared!

Summary This article discusses whether former Dutch tax residents who are now UK-residents will need to provide security for their Dutch conservative assessments (so-called “conserverende aanslagen”) after the brexit becomes a fact?    General There many predictions about the financial and tax consequences of the Brexit. Especially businesses are on guard and rightly so. But how about private individuals? For example, those private individuals … Read More

Gevolgen Brexit voor Nederlandse emigranten

Samenvatting Moeten Nederlandse Emigranten die naar het Verenigd Koninkrijk zijn geëmigreerd straks zekerheid stellen voor hun Nederlandse conserverende aanslagen ten gevolge van een brexit?   Algemeen Voorspellingen genoeg over de (fiscale) gevolgen van een aanstaande brexit. Vooral ondernemers zijn op hun hoede, en terecht. Maar hoe zit het met particulieren? Die particulieren die in het verleden vanuit Nederland naar Engeland zijn geëmigreerd en bij … Read More

WWFT act

General: WWFT is short for the Dutch anti money-laundering and anti-terrorist financing act, which is based on a European directive. As the name already suggests, the purpose of this more is to prevent money laundering and terrorism financing. In short, EU resident service providers that are subjected to these rules must report “ abnormal” transactions with a specific agency in their country. For the … Read More

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