When a company in The Netherlands takes on an expatriate or foreign employee, or if an individual wants to work within Dutch borders, there are several options that can be chosen in relation to Dutch Payroll. Although, each option has different requirements to be met for both the foreign employee and the client who is hiring.
What Happens If I Don’t Meet Dutch Payroll Requirements?
If any of the requirements are not met then the employee will be working illegally – with the risk of severe fines from the Dutch Tax Authorities. These fines can be hard hitting for both the hiring party and the employee, which is why you want to be 100% certain that the solution you are choosing avoids all the legal and financial risks. Euro Accountancy & Finance Services can provide that secure Dutch Payroll Contract.
Euro Accountancy & Finance Services can take complete control over administration and payroll when working in The Netherlands. We can also take full jurisdiction of dealings with the Dutch Tax and National Security Office.
Fully Specialised in this labour market, we can also offer services through EAFS Consulting BV, ensuring legality and helping you to gain the best possible marketplace retention rat for Dutch Payroll.
Euro Accountancy & Finance Services are also specialised in obtaining and implementing the 30% tax ruling, generally considered to be the most essential part of tax planning in the Netherlands.
We can provide a Dutch Payroll solution for our clients, accommodating Dutch tax and labour laws, with over 15 years of experience in the Dutch labour market.
What Can Euro Accountancy & Finance Services Do For Me?
For expatriates, Euro Accountancy & Finance Services will ensure that:
- Payments and Contracts are in line with Dutch law and compliant measures are followed.
- The required arrangements will be organised to precise Dutch benefits, such as working permits, social security numbers and the 30% ruling.
- Payroll will be provided after confirming net rates of pay.