What are the rules in the Netherlands around the preparation, adoption and publication of the annual report?
The amount an employer can give an employee per business kilometre tax-free will increase from €0.21 to €0.23 from 1 January 2024.
This guide tells you when to apply the anonymous rate and how to process this in the payroll tax return
Employee insurance protects salaried employees against loss of income. The premiums are paid by the employer.
A targeted exemption applies to discounts on products from the employer’s own company. Three conditions must be met.
Can costs of food and beverage be deducted from the business profit and can the VAT be claimed back?
In this article, we will discuss when an employee is entitled to transition compensation and how to calculate the transition compensation.
A temporary contract ends automatically on the agreed end date. What are the tax and legal rules regarding a fixed term contract?
Do you have doubts about your current payroll? We may be able to take over your payroll. But what is the right time to transfer your payroll to us?
What taxes do you have to deal with as an entrepreneur? What deductions are there for entrepreneurs? Which tax breaks can you use to your advantage as a self-employed person?
The work-related costs scheme is a tax regulation under which the allowances and benefits in kind that employers give to their employees can remain tax-free to a certain extent.
The new rules for withholding and paying of payroll taxes as of January 1, 2023
This article discusses all the rules regarding the obligations of the employer and the sick employee.
Proposed changes for 2023 with respect to corporate tax, salary requirements and taxation of dividends for director-major shareholders
Since January 1, 2020, a 7% additional taxable benefit applies to the bicycle that the employer makes available to the employee for private usage.
How can an employer reimburse the travel costs and the costs of working from home for the employees tax free and what else can be paid untaxed.
The Return-to-Work fund (“Werkhervattingskas or Whk”) is part of the employee insurance schemes. What is it and how is the premium calculated?
A higher payroll tax special rate is applied to all income in addition to the regular salary. What is it and how is it calculated?
Employer costs are the costs that an employer pays (in addition to the salary) for his employees.
In general an employee receives a payslip each month. But that is not always legally required.
Rules aroung work clothing with respect to wage tax, income tax and VAT
In the Netherlands we have the so called customary wage scheme which applies to director-major shareholders of a company.
In the wage tax declaration your employee indicates whether, and from what date, he wants to have the wage tax credit deducted.
Effective July 1, 2022, the statutory payment period of large companies to SMEs has been reduced from 60 days to 30 days.
If you start working in the Netherlands you will notice that your contract mentions a holiday allowance. But what is that, a holiday allowance, referred to as ‘Vakantiegeld’ in Dutch?