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Online module: Are you eligible for the 30% ruling?


Check our online module if you would like to know whether you may qualify for the 30% ruling. 

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Comment by Arshad on Fri, Jul 22nd, 2016 at 10:27 PM
Hi Team, I have serious problem. I was working with one of the international organization where i had 30%ruling. Now i have changed my employer and my new employer has started processing my 30%ruling. In the process i have been asked to submit payslips of my previous employer. After reading Payslips the new employer has observed some observations please find below. Payslip of my previous showss :Gross Salary of 4 months it shows as 10,240. My new Employer issued saying it should be 12,297. And they say that i have to goo back and get corrected the payslips. But it could be that my previous employer has applied that for lower percentage ? My new employer says without correcting payslips there is no way they can apply 30%. Could please guide me how i should deal in this case?
Comment by intan on Thu, Aug 4th, 2016 at 10:05 PM
Hi Arjan, Due to a certain situation i may have to switch my visa to be dependent of my husband which do not entitled for 30% ruling. I will still be working with the same company under the same working contract (indefinite). Will becoming dependent to my husband‘s visa impacting my eligibility of 30% facility i already own? If yes, can you direct me to a reference document that can support me with this information? Thank you in advance
Comment by Arjan Enneman on Thu, Aug 4th, 2016 at 11:43 PM
To qualify for the 30% ruling the taxable salary must be high enough. It could be that because of that the tax free allowance must be reduced to a lower percentage then 30%. The employer will make these calculations in the payroll administration, but this is voluntary. An employer doesn‘t have to cooperate but can also say that if the salary is too low if the 30% ruling is maximum used that they won‘t implement the 30% ruling or won‘t apply for it. The payslips of your previous employer will indeed show what has been done. It is possible that your previous employer didn‘t notice that your taxable salary was too low and based the calculations on the full 30% ruling. This is now noticed by your new employer. Your new employer can now use a lower percentage for the tax free allowance. The eligibilty is determined based on a full year. So corrections can still be made for the remaining part of the year. But if the new (or previous) employer is not willing to cooperate then you will indeed lose the 30% ruling retro active to 1 January of this year or even earlier.
Comment by Arjan Enneman on Thu, Aug 4th, 2016 at 11:44 PM
Visa status or type of residence permit doesn‘t affect the 30% ruling.
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