Contracting Service Based in Holland
Do you have a contract in Holland but find yourself lost in the maze that is Dutch labour law? Payroll Works offers services that make contracting in Holland easy.
Contracting in Holland
Why spend a lot of time and money finding out about all the legal, tax and insurance implications of working a temporary contract in Holland when you can hire a company that specialises in just that. Payroll Works takes everything out of your hands. We officially employ contractors (e.g. the self-employed, freelancers, those working for overseas agents) for the duration of a contract, which means that we shoulder all the legislative and bureaucratic burdens of working in the Netherlands.
Dutch labour, income tax and social security legislation is complicated and the enforcement system is infamously tenacious and unforgiving. Compliance from the word ‘go’ is essential for smooth contracting. In fact, even before you’ve done a minute’s work you’ll need:
- a visa (non-EU);
- a residence permit;
- a work permit;
- to be registered with municipal authorities;
- and a social security number.
When that’s all sorted out and work on the contract can begin, the administrative consequences of working in Holland kick in:
- 30% ruling;
- income tax;
- social security premiums;
- health insurance;
- compulsory 8% holiday allowance;
- sick leave;
- parental leave;
- and some.
Not Just Advice, Action!
We’re not just advisors, we actually do all the work for you. Payroll Works has contractors working legally in Holland within a matter of weeks. And we make sure they reap the benefits of Dutch legislation, too. The 30% Ruling, for instance, enables many foreign contractors to deduct he top 30% of earnings before tax. As a result of the system of progressive tax rate brackets, the actual benefit to your pocket usually far exceeds 30%.
Find out more about what Payroll Works contracting services can do for you by calling +31 (0)20 716 3384 now. Alternatively, fill in the contact form and we will get back to you at the first opportunity.