The Dutch income tax calculator from the Dutch Umbrella Company gives you the best indication of your net pay. Do you want more information about how the Dutch salary is calculated? Continue reading below our calculator.
Are you going to work for a Dutch company in the near future? And you want to make sure you get everything out of your gross salary? Or are you an employer and you want to know what the implications are for your salary costs when hiring foreign personnel? The Dutch Umbrella Company offers you a useful tool, the Dutch tax calculator. The Dutch tax calculator helps you calculate net salary and provides you with everything you need to know about salaries when working in the Netherlands or hiring expats.
Dutch tax law and regulations can be quite comprehensive and complicated when calculating your net salary. When using our Dutch tax calculator it is also helpful to understand of which elements Dutch salaries are comprised and which Dutch tax rules and regulations apply to your specific situation and that of your employees.
Calculate gross salary – Gross salary is paid for a certain position or is determined by a collective employment agreement, supplemented with an 8 percent annual leave percentage of the annual salary. Depending on the company and the work gross salaries can also contain:
Calculate net salary – When working and living in the Netherlands, salaries fall under Dutch tax legislation. That means that income tax on gross salary has to be paid, together with a number of premiums for national insurance that have to be taken into account when net salaries are calculated. Those premiums include:
Again, those premiums differ per company, so each calculation will be different depending on the company policy surrounding payment of premiums that influence net salary outcome. The Dutch tax calculator will automatically deduct the total of these premiums, together with the income tax, from the gross salary in order to calculate the net salary to be received under Dutch tax law.
The Dutch income tax calculator provides you with a net salary based on the details you put in the calculator. It is therefore good to know that a foreign employer in the Netherlands may qualify for an exceptional tax benefit. The 30% ruling. It means that if your employer meets certain criteria, only 70% of the gross salary is specified as taxable income. The Dutch Umbrella Company has all the knowledge to help you and your employees get the best result out of this very interesting tax benefit.
Go to our Dutch income tax calculator and calculate how much remains of your gross salary or that of your future employees, with or without the tax benefit of the 30% ruling.
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