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I live abroad and changed address. How do I inform the Dutch tax authorities of my new address?

Question:

 
I live abroad and changed address. How do I inform the Dutch tax authorities of my new address?
 
Answer:
 
You can use the attached form to inform the Dutch tax authorities of a change of address abroad.
 
Send the completed from in a sufficiently stamped envelope to:
 
Belastingdienst/Limburg/kantoor Buitenland
Postbus 2865
6401 DJ Heerlen
The Netherlands

Include a copy of your passport so that the tax authorities are sure that the request to change the address really comes from you. 

Do not forget to inform your tax advisor about the change of address too. Expatax wants to keep up to date records of our clients too, so if you change address please inform us.
 
 
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