FILE YOUR DECLARATION BEFORE MAY 1ST
Not sure about rates, rebates, and deductions on your income tax declaration for 2017? Make sure to check out the latest information on the website of the Dutch Belastingdienst* or prep with articles and service tools from expat supporters.
Some of the important changes in tax affairs for your return in 2017? The general pension age (AOW) is going up to 65 years and 9 months (2018: 66 years, 2021: 67 years), there are tariff adjustments in deduction of child support, car lease and house ownership, and the tax-free Amount of Exempt Equity in box 3 will be broadened to € 25.000.
HEALTHCARE AND PENSION
For this year the deductible excess will remain € 385,00 (till 2021). In the coming years, the Dutch government is planning to introduce a new pension plan that takes account of changes in the labour market. For a more in-depth view on fiscal topics and news, you can visit government.nl, where you’ll more about the child benefit schemes and filing a tax return.
If you would like to know more about the 2017 tax rates, you may check the rates of Expatax. If you would like to read more about the new governmental policies that may affect your 2017 tax return, please read this article by iamexpat or check out this overview by expatica.
You can use several Tax calculators online, also to check more about the 30%-ruling, but we advise you to only use the calculator of the Belastingdienst.
The Royal NIOZ will gladly advise employees on filing the tax return, please contact the HR department.
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