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Written by:
Marcel Frazer


Call for paper-based tax correspondence

The Lower House of the Dutch Parliament has recently urged the Cabinet to ensure that correspondence from the Tax and Customs Administration on topics such as additional tax assessments, appeal decisions, responses to petitions for provisional tax assessments and income averaging-related tax reimbursements should continue to be sent on paper, without the two-year transitional period (throughout which the tax correspondence is to be sent both digitally and on paper, as an intermediate arrangement leading up to the eventual discontinuation of paper-based correspondence) taking effect. The Lower House has stressed the importance for the tax payer to take timely and straightforward cognisance of correspondence of this kind, all the more so since none of the legal remedies are available any longer as soon as the term for lodging objection has expired.

Dutch version: Oproep om papieren correspondentie van Belastingdienst


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