Tax advice

We specialize in payroll and income tax both from a Dutch perspective and with respect to international tax treaties.

Customized advice in understandable language

Tax accountants still sometimes describe things in somewhat technical terms. We look at this differently with a pragmatic approach. We look carefully at the target audience, who will read it and what will be done with it. We build a recommendation for a board of directors differently than we build a recommendation for a payroll administrator who needs to do an implementation.

Our experienced staff will work with you to find the question behind the question in order to tailor advice. Where necessary, we help translate the outcomes into new processes or assist with implementation within the organization. We provide advice on payroll and income taxes, both in the Netherlands and in international situations. We additionally advise on social security and application of the 30% rule.

Payroll tax

Employee compensation and benefits are sometimes taxed and sometimes untaxed. We help companies navigate the complex laws of payroll tax.

Tax treaties

If employees work in multiple countries, this may affect payroll tax obligations in multiple countries. We specialize in this.

Personal advice

We provide tax briefings for employees of companies who want to understand the personal implications of working internationally. We also help individuals with personal advice.
Remote working has taken off, but not without implications for tax, social security and payroll. Depending on the duration of remote work and location, an employee may no longer be socially insured in the Netherlands and/or there may be a registration requirement for the employer in the other country to pay tax and/or social security contributions. Please contact us if you would like to submit a case without obligation.
Yes it is, unless you can show that the lack of the BSN is beyond the control of the employer or employee. This is the case, for example, of delayed processing by the municipality.
If an employee periodically or structurally works abroad, there may be several consequences. There may be wage and income tax implications, as well as around social security and pensions. This depends on the country and what (labor law) agreements have been made, as well as whether or not costs are passed on, for example. Feel free to contact us to submit a case.

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