Do you currently pay taxes in the Netherlands, and would you like to know whether you are eligible for tax benefits or special allowances? Koppel Services can help.
Although it is common knowledge that the Dutch government provides a range of tax benefits and allowances to eligible taxpayers, many foreign nationals currently residing in the Netherlands are unaware that they may be eligible for these benefits and allowances themselves. This means you may be missing out on additional funds and tax cuts that you are legally entitled to.
Fortunately, Koppel Services has extensive experience with these matters. Our advisors will look into your personal situation and tell you exactly what you are entitled to.
Whether you are eligible for benefits and allowances in The Netherlands depends on a number of different factors. First of all, you must pay your income taxes to the Dutch Tax and Customs Administration. If you do not pay taxes locally, you cannot be eligible for the benefits and allowances that those taxes support.
Also, your eligibility for various benefits and allowances is contingent on your income level and other personal factors. If your total taxable income is below a certain level, you can apply for a healthcare allowance. If you live in a rental home or apartment, you may be eligible for a rental allowance that depends on your income and rent level. If you have children under the age of 18, you are also entitled to dependent child benefits. In addition, you can also apply for a childcare allowance.
Do you need help determining which benefits and allowances apply to your situation? Are you unsure how to apply and would you like an experienced tax consultant to help you? Koppel Services is extremely well versed in Dutch tax law, which means we can assist you quickly and easily.
Our team will figure out exactly which benefits and allowances you’re entitled to and make sure your applications are handled correctly. And if your income level or personal situation happens to change, we can also help you figure out how these changes affect any benefits and allowances you already receive. Want to know more? Get in touch with our team and make an appointment.