Question: I moved from Frankfurt to Hengelo on 1st December 2019 for work. But after 2 weeks I got a better opportunity in Maastricht and
Category: 30% ruling
Question: I am considering taking some “ouderschapsverlof” (parental leave) after my baby is born. I understand this will reduce my wages by 20% possibly (temporarily
Question: Hi, I have the 30% ruling. I come from Latin America as well as my wife and daughter. I will like to travel back
Question: I have been been working in the Netherlands for the last 9 months (since mid of May 2019) and already have the 30% ruling
30% ruling ends when the employee is put on garden leave X (employee) had the American nationality. He came to live in the Netherlands on
Question: Hi Expatax, I have a question regarding the 30% tax ruling and the condition for young masters. I have recently moved to the Netherlands
Question: I have applied for the benefit 2 weeks ago, along with my employer. How long should it take before I get an answer from
Question I had the 30% ruling granted since 2016, but I quit the company at the end of August 2019 and since then I have
Question: I have been living in the Netherlands for almost 3 years, and worked for the same company since my arrival. I have the 30%
Question: I recieved the 30% ruling before 1 January 2019 but I leave my current employer in 2020. When I re-apply through my new employer
Question: I lost the confirmation that I received from the Dutch authorities for my 30% ruling and I need it to exchange my driving license.
Question: Is it possible to get the 30% ruling when I work through my own limited company? Answer: Yes it is possible to get the 30% ruling
Question: I am a Dutch national, and I will be returning to the Netherlands after 22 years of continuous expat life. Before leaving, I was
I am young master with 30% ruling. What happens if I become 30? Will the salary requirement be higher?
Question: I am a young master and have been granted the 30% tax ruling. When I turn 30 will it be re-evaluated and will the
Is the 30% ruling applicable for dependents? Can the dependent spouse also exchange a foreign driving license?
Two questions: If one member of the family (spouse) is enjoying the 30% ruling and the dependent spouse found a job here with a Dutch
Question: I have the 30% ruling but I want to quit my job and become self employed. Can I keep the 30% ruling? Answer: It
Question: Is it possible to divide up the wage into a part that is wage and a part that is a free reimbursement for extraterritorial
Question: I am due to move to Holland and my employer believes I will qualify. Does this ruling mean that I will effectively be tax
Question: I work in the Netherlands since September 2018 but just last month I had a permanent contract. According to my understanding I am currently
Does a new application for the 30% ruling make a chance if a previous application has been rejected in the past (and more specifically, if the regulation changed since then)?
Source: Supreme Court 19 June 2015 For workers from abroad with specific expertise there is a special benefit: the 30% ruling. Sometimes the application is
The 150 km distance requirement in the 30%-ruling doesn’t lead to a clear overcompensation according to the Advocate General
Source: Conclusion Advocate General, Supreme Court 29 September 2015 Based on the 30% ruling an employer can pay a tax free compensation of maximum 30%
Source: Conclusion Advocate General, Supreme Court 29 September 2015 X has the Dutch nationality and has lived in the Netherlands during the first 26 years
Source: Conclusion Advocate General, Supreme Court 29 September 2015 A man born in India (hereinafter: X) works since 2009 for an employer in the Netherlands.