Tax assistance

You have your (international) job, project or Enterprise and do not want to spend too much of your time with your fiscal matters. Triple E Tax is your trusted advisor, who takes care of your tax and social security issues, both in your home and your host countries. At highest quality standards. Always measure made to you. Triple E Tax, AAA quality tax assistance.

to international executives, expatriates
and employees

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As an executive manager you often have to deal with taxes more than you like. You have an international job and want to have your fiscal affairs arranged smooth, at no risk and without concerns. And in a way you do not pay more than needed. Triple E Tax takes care of your fiscal matters, aiming at fully taking away your concerns about it.

Executives

We are your trusted advisor and take
away your tax concerns from you.

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You will be assigned to another country to work on a job or project. As an expatriate or commuter, you will be faced with more complex tax and social security issues. We take care of these issues, to enable you to fully focus on your foreign job.

Expatriates

We have over 20 years of experience
with tax, legal and social security
assistance to inbound and outbound
expatriates and commuters.

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You as an employer needs to take care of correct payrolling the remuneration elements of your employees, in all countries involved. An incorrect salary calculation or shortage in withholding and payment of wage tax, might cause huge financial risks. We lead both employers and employees through this minefield of tax and social security rules and regulations.

Employees

Payrolling remuneration elements of
international or commuting employees
correctly in all countries involved.

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News

01 Oct. No additional tax company car with “tamper-diesel engines”

The cheating of car manufacturers with CO-2 emission figures caused much fuss. Many owners of company cars are concerned about the tax consequences for themselves, at least in cases where their cars will be in a higher tax band due to higher emissions.

 

However, in a recent interview for Dutch TV-channel RTL-Z the Netherlands’ minister of finance Jeroen Dijsselbloem announced that there will not be levied any additional taxes for company car users. “Deceived citizens do not have to repay the tax authorities” he said. “No citizen will receive an additional tax assessment in this respect.” (RTL-Z, 29-09-2015)

 

The announcement most likely will soon be captured in an official approving document. Till that time any user of a company car can trust that the Dutch tax authorities will abide the announcement of the minister.

17 Sep. (Nederlands) Belastingplan 2016: wat wijzigt er voor u?

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30 Jan. Jaco Stam (Triple E Tax) hosts tax workshop at first Rotterdam Expat Fair

During the first Rotterdam Expat Fair, which will be organized on 8th of February 2015 at the American International School of Rotterdam, Jaco Stam (Triple E Tax) will host an interactive workshop about Dutch tax tips for international executives and expats. He will inform you a.o. about important 2015 developments in Dutch income tax, about the 30%-ruling, about tax aspects of buying and possessing an own house en about several local and international aspects of gift and inheritance taxes. As an executive or expat, you are kindly invited to attend the fair. It is still possible to subscribe. It will be a perfect opportunity for you to network, gather the information you need or to just meet people like you and have some good conversations. For more information, visit www.rotterdamexpatfair.nl. Be welcome!

20 Dec. Dutch tax changes 2015: what does that change for you?

This week the Dutch parliament agreed on the new tax figures for 2015. As a result, you will be able to find out what changes for you as of 1 January.

 

As already indicated the number and maximum amounts of tax rebates will be further retrenched. A number of children related rebates will disappear and the labour rebate will be further diminished for higher incomes. The tax deduction for costs of living paid for children is fully abolished.v

The lump sum rental value for owned houses (in Dutch: “eigenwoningforfait”) increases by 0.05% on houses with a maximum WOZ value of € 1,050,000, while the rental value increases from 1.8% to 2.05% as far as the WOZ exceeds this €1,050,000. Maximum deduction rate for mortgage interest goes down to 51%.

 

The annual maximum tax deduction for contributions to private old age investments (e.g. life annuities) is reduced by more than half, as a result of significant changes in Dutch tax rules on pensions.

 

The tax rate for income from substantial shareholdings (box II income) increases to its pre-2014 rate of 25%. Substantial shareholders who are also directors of their companies further need to take into account the tightened tax rules about deemed salary.

 

Speaking about wage tax, a very significant change is that the new tax rules on employment costs become obligatory, after having been voluntary so far. As a result, every employer with employees in the Netherlands needs to meet the new rules as of 2015.

 

If you want to read more about those and other changes, please open the attached document. Should it be difficult for you to read this document, please feel free to contact us for an explanation.

03 Apr. Three months condition important in case of change of employment with 30% ruling

Recently the Dutch Supreme Court confirmed the three months condition to be met in all cases for employees who qualify for the 30% ruling and who change employment after your first employment in the Netherlands. As a result, when you enter into a new job or Supervisory Board member position after three months upon termination of your first job, you will not be able to apply for the 30% ruling for that new job(s).

 

When you benefit from the 30% ruling and switch to one or more new jobs, you can request for application of the 30% ruling for those new jobs for the remaining ruling period, provided of course you still meet the conditions for application of the ruling.

 

Any job or Board position you start later than three months after termination of the job that brought you to the Netherlands, will result in not being allowed to use the 30% ruling for those jobs.   

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