When mentioning The Netherlands or Holland, I can promise that the first images that spring to mind will include windmills, clogs, canals, cheese and bicycles. Read More
If setting off to start Working in the Netherlands as an expatriate then you will benefit from knowledge on taxation rates, pensions and social security among various other aspects crucially important to those starting work or continuing work in the Netherlands.
Further information which is incredibly useful and covered within these articles include expenses in the Netherlands, Dutch accommodation, Dutch working hours and renting Dutch properties. Our contractor guides provide a summary of practical and financial advice for contractors planning to work in The Netherlands.
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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… Read More
National Insurance tax and employee insurance contributions are levied on non-residents and residents alike, under a number of varying regulations. Dutch Social Security 2015 :… Read More
Residents of the Netherlands pay taxes on their worldwide income; non-residents are subject to taxation on income from sources within the Netherlands only. This is… Read More
The employer within the Netherlands is required to apply to the relevant and competent authority via the public employment services, for an employment permit on… Read More
When you take on an employee, or if you are seeking employment within Dutch borders, you must check that this individual (or yourself) is allowed… Read More