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What is the tax year in the Netherlands?

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What is the tax year in the Netherlands?

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The tax year in the Netherlands (for income tax) is equal to the calendar year and therefore runs from 1 January to 31 December.

For businesses it is possible to request the tax authorities to allow a different tax period (broken book year, extended book year).

 

 

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