We help over 750 expats each year with their income tax returns. We would love to help you as well!
We are highly specialized in tax related and financial services for expats and migrants. We offer business owners and entrepreneurs outside of the Netherland complete support with every form of tax related questions. From declarations up to payroll tax.
With a team specialized in services for expats we can help with all your questions.
No difference in costs if we also need to file your partners tax return!
Average tax return preparation and delivery time of 3 days!
A personal tax advisor assigned to your case with which you will have contact in any case of questions.
Fully digital by e-mail, no appointment needed. Contact by phone to discuss your position.
We review your tax returns which have been filed in the past for free, to see whether you missed out any benefits.
You are obliged to file a tax return if:
1. You are invited (by letter) by the Dutch tax authorities to file an income tax return.
2. You will have a tax liability. If you are not sure about this, please contact us and we will review and advice you.
Practice experience shows that if you do not meet the above, in most cases it is still beneficial to file an income tax return. We advise you to file a tax return anyways if one of the below situation occur to you:
1. You left or entered the Netherlands (migration).
2. Your partner has no income.
3. You incurred educational expenses and/or health care expenses which are not covered by the insurance.
4. Your income increased/decreased highly during the year and/or during the last 3 years.
5. A child has been born before 1 July of the tax year.
After reviewing your details, we will always inform you whether it is beneficial to file an income tax return! If it is not, we will not charge you.
How many years can I go back to file my Dutch personal income tax returns?
The Dutch income tax law allows you to file your Dutch personal income tax return up to 5 years back. You however do need to file these years separately as you were filing them on time. It is not possible to file all the years at once in one tax return.
While the Dutch tax residency position of an individual is reviewed based on facts and circumstances, the tax forms are issued by the Dutch tax authorities automatically based on municipality registration and records. This however does not mean that the Dutch tax authorities issued the correct tax form. Therefore, in some cases, a change of tax form is needed based on the actual position of a tax payer. A change of tax form can be applied with the Dutch tax authorities by writing a letter. Otherwise, the filed tax form will not be accepted by the Dutch tax authorities.
An individual’s place of residence for tax purposes depends on all facts and circumstances applicable to the personal situation. These facts and circumstances determine where the center of an individual’s personal and economic life (i.e. center of vital interest) is located. Different than other countries the registration, the nationality or day count rule is not applicable in the Netherlands. The most important criteria for the review are for example:
A combination of the above and other facts and circumstances will finally result in whether someone is a tax resident or tax non-resident of the Netherlands.
The tax residency position is not the same as the migration residency position. If you are not sure about your tax residency position, than please contact us so we can advice you accordingly.
The preliminary assessment is issued mostly automatically by the Dutch tax authorities based on the exact same details of your income tax return. This means that no review has taken place by the Dutch tax authorities. This is to speed up the payment process, whether you will receive taxes or need to pay taxes. This is also the moment that you will receive any possible refund. Very exceptionally the Dutch tax authorities can decide not to issue a preliminary assessment, but a final in stead.
The final assessment is issued after your tax return has been reviewed by the Dutch tax authorities. If all details are correct and the Dutch tax authorities did not make any corrections, the final assessment will be in line with the preliminary assessment. The final assessment mostly results in EUR 0,- because the possible refund or possible tax payment happened at the time you received your preliminary assessment.
Are you an entrepreneur or business owner and planning to do business in the Netherlands? If so, you will have to deal with the Dutch tax regulations. We can assist you with all tax related matters to keep you in compliance.
Examples of services we can help you with:
Feel free to contact us. Our team is highly specialized in the international tax regulations.
We get a lot of questions about the Dutch 30% ruling. We can tell you exactly how the 30% ruling works and possibly applies to you.
The regulations regarding the Dutch 30% have changed during the years. This might affect the future plans of many expats working in the Netherlands. If you have any questions regarding the Dutch 30% ruling please contact us today. Our team is ready to assist you.
Some topics we regularly help expats and expat employers with are:
When you are a migrant or expat employed in the Netherlands you may be eligible for a number of exemptions and benefits. Just a few examples are:
Feel free to contact us with any question you may have. We are happy to help.
We at Profinancials are highly specialized in international tax regulations. We are very proud to be the trusted tax advisor for over 750 expats each year.
Are you searching for an attractive priced office specialized in Dutch personal income tax return for expats and/or for expat tax services? Than you searched and found Profinancials.
Our office is located in Eindhoven, but we service the entire Netherlands. And being specialized in expats we are servicing expats all over the world by now. We would love to help you as well!
Are you in need of advice on international taxes, exemptions, tax returns or have questions relating international employment?
Feel free to contact us today! We are happy to give you the advice you were looking for.