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What you need to know: extraterritorial costs and school fees

On December 21, 2015 by Dutch Umbrella Company
30% ruling, Dutch life

When the 30% ruling is granted and applied to an employee’s payroll, this is considered as reimbursement for any extraterritorial costs incurred by the employee in order to take up employment in The Netherlands. As a result, extra territorial costs can not be reimbursed again untaxed separately.

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Ask our Expat Desk: Late application for the 30% ruling

On October 26, 2012 by Dutch Umbrella Company
30% ruling

Can I still apply for the ruling? I have been working in The Netherlands since 2010. When I started working I wasn’t aware of the ruling and didn’t request assistance from my employer to apply for it. I can see now though that I would

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Ask our Expat Desk: 30% ruling review period

On October 18, 2012 by Dutch Umbrella Company
30% ruling

How long will I be granted the ruling for? I lived in The Netherlands from 2005 to 2007 and would now like to accept a job offer there, provided I am granted the 30% ruling. Will the two years I lived in

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Our Expat Desk explains: 30 percent ruling and 150km zone

On October 12, 2012 by Dutch Umbrella Company
30% ruling

How is the 150km measured? I’m a Swedish national living and working in Germany. I have been offered a contract in The Netherlands but understand that I must have lived at least 150km from the Dutch border before starting work

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30% ruling and the Dutch courts

On October 4, 2012 by Dutch Umbrella Company
30% ruling

Since 1st January 2012, the expertise criteria for 30% ruling applications has been primarily determined by salary level. However, the decision on whether an employee was eligible for the ruling due to the scarcity of their skills has not always

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