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Where should I file a tax return if I pay tax in Holland but social security in Portugal?

Question:
 
I am an expat from a Portuguese company. I declare my taxes in the Netherlands but I pay my social security in Portugal. Where should i deliver my tax return? In Portugal or in Holland?
 
Answer:
 
You may have to file a tax return in both countries. In Holland you declare the income you earned minus applicable deductions and claim an exemption for the premiums social security. In Portugal you may have to file a tax return to confirm the premiums social security you will have to pay.
 
 
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