Frequently Asked Questions

General

  • Deadline of filing the prepared Dutch tax return with the Dutch Tax Authorities

    We will request extension with the Dutch Tax Authorities to file the 2022 Dutch tax return for all our clients. This means that the filing deadline for the 2022 Dutch tax return is end of April 2024.
    Of course we do our best to file the Dutch tax returns as soon as possible.

  • Can you assist me with filling an M (migration) form?

    Yes, we can. We have a broad experience with filing tax returns for people who entered or left the Netherlands.

  • What information needs to be provided for filing my tax return?

    Click here for the checklist of required information for individuals.

  • What are the general terms and conditions?

  • What is your privacy policy?

  • What payment methods are accepted?

    After registration, you will receive a confirmation message by e-mail. The message includes a checklist with information we need and instructions for payment of our fee.

  • More complicated tax returns?

    The fixed fee for a tax return is for a standard situation. If you have a more complex situation, for example divorce arrangements, sell / purchase main residence (in some situations), allocation of income, we can charge additional costs. We will give an indication of the required effort upfront.

  • Do your fees include VAT?

    Yes, all our fees are including VAT, unless otherwise mentioned.

  • Can you assist me with the application of the 30%-ruling?

    For all queries regarding the 30%-ruling we work closely with LIMES international. Please use this link for more information.

Services

  • Do you also provide other services?

    We work closely with LIMES international regarding the self-employed tax return. Unfortunately we do not provide any kind of service relating to allowances.

  • Can you also assist me with a response to the Dutch tax authorities in case of an audit?

    Yes, of course we can. Our fee is € 150 per hour for this service and we will give an indication of the required effort upfront. We can also assist you in writing a letter of objection against an assessment if this is not in line with the tax return filed. Please use the contact page in case of any further questions.

  • Can I also schedule an appointment to have my tax return prepared?

    We are pleased to schedule an appointment during which we will prepare your tax return. Please use the tax return meeting option on our website to arrange an appointment. The fixed fee for the (e) meeting is € 300 per tax return and € 50 extra for a fiscal partner (inclusive of VAT).

Other

  • What is a fiscal partner?

    A fiscal partner is the person you are married to or with whom you have a registered partnership. A fiscal partner can also be the person who is registered at the same address and with whom you meet one of the following conditions:

    • You have jointly concluded a cohabitation contract and you are both adults;
    • You have a child together;
    • You are registered as partners with a pension fund;
    • You are the joint owners of your principal residence;
    • You were regarded as fiscal partners in the prior year.
  • When will I receive my refund?

    Normally, the Dutch tax authorities issue an assessment within three to six months after filing and within six months in case of an M-form. After receipt of the assessment, the refund will be transferred into your bank account.

  • How can I provide my bank account details to the Dutch tax authorities?

    In case you have a DigiD, you can inform them via Mijn Belastingdienst or via Mijn Toeslagen in case you receive a benefit (only available in Dutch). Otherwise, you will have to send a letter. More information on how to submit or change a bank account number can be found here.