How do I get a 30 ruling in the Netherlands?
Are you eligible to apply for the 30% tax ruling?
- The employee has to transfer or be recruited from abroad by a Dutch employer;
- The employer and employee have to agree in writing that the 30% ruling is applicable;
- The employee should have skills or expertise that is scarce in the Dutch job market;
Can I apply for 30% ruling?
It is possible to apply for the 30% ruling yourself. There are many employers and expats who file the applications on their own. And with success.
Where can I get a 30% ruling letter?
Answer: Your employer should keep the original statement in the payroll administration, so you may ask your employer for a copy. If, for some reason, your employer doesn’t have the original statement, you can request the tax authorities to send you a duplicate of the 30% ruling statement, in Dutch called “Beschikking”.
When can you apply for 30% ruling?
When should an expat apply for the 30% ruling? Within four months after signing your employment contract. If you apply after this period, the ruling will become effective as of the next month.
Is healthcare free in Netherlands?
Your Dutch health insurance policy entitles you to free medical treatment in the Netherlands, including standard prescriptions. Public health insurance does not cover some treatment, such as dental treatment and physiotherapy. However, you will need a private insurance policy.
How much salary is good in Netherlands?
According to the Centraal Planbureau (CPB), in 2021 the median gross income for a person working in the Netherlands is 36.500 euros annually or 2.816 euros gross per month. A salary can vary greatly from the median income as it is influenced by age, sector, professional experience and hours worked.
How is 30 ruling calculated?
The 30% ruling is coordinated and supervised by the Belastingdienst (Dutch tax office). It’s possible to calculate the fiscal benefit of the ruling by calculating 30% of your gross annual salary. This amount is free from payroll and income tax.
Can you get 30% ruling twice?
Yes, you can switch employers and continue the 30%-ruling on your new employment. You and your new employer will need to submit a new application for the 30%-ruling. The gap between your previous job and the new one cannot be more than 3 months.
Does 30 ruling apply to spouse?
The 30% ruling is a personal benefit. It is granted to an incoming employee for a specific job. The dependent spouse is not an incoming employee unless contract conversations were already taking place while living abroad.
Who qualifies for the 30% ruling?
In order to apply the 30% ruling, there must be an employer and an employee. The 30% ruling is specifically privileged to employees posted or recruited from abroad by a Dutch employer or a foreign employer registered as a Dutch wage tax withholding agent.
How long is 30% ruling?
Starting 1 January 2019, decisions for the application of the 30%-facility are valid for a term of a maximum of 5 years.
What is a highly skilled migrant Netherlands?
Highly-skilled migrants, sometimes called knowledge workers, are foreign nationals who are deemed to make a contribution to the knowledge-based economy in the Netherlands. In general, to be classed as a highly-skilled migrant in the Netherlands, you have to earn a certain level of income.