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  • The 30% ruling : changes & future prospects for expats
    Are you an expat and are you moving to The Netherlands? Then you might be eligible for the 30%-ruling. Click here to view the requirements. The 30%-ruling has undergone a…
  • M form – A mistake is easily made
    Unfortunately, the M form is susceptible to a wide variety of possible mistakes. There are several reasons why these mistakes are made, not taking into account the many questions that…
  • Tax return 2023 Netherlands
    It’s that time again: the Dutch tax return for 2023 can be filed again! For many expats residing in the Netherlands, completing their tax return seems an easy job, due…
  • Is a tax return necessary?
    If the Tax Office issues you with a tax form or letter to request you to do so, this will have to be filed in any case. If you do…
  • Please forward: activation code continuous authorisation
    From last year onwards we are requesting a continuous authorisation from the Tax Office for our clients instead of the annual authorizations. This may of course be canceled at any…
  • Crypto currencies
    If applicable please also provide us with information about your crypto currencies for the tax return 2023. Crypto currencies are part of the assets and it is mandatory to declare…
  • Legal interest on tax amounts
    With the new tax interest rules, from July 1st 2024 the Tax Office will charge interest on potential tax debts for the 2023 tax return. This interest amounts to 7,5%…
  • Cash in box 3
    If you own any cash money as per 1st of January 2023 that exceeds the threshold of € 596,–(€1.196,– for fiscal partners), it must be declared in box 3. For…
  • Increasing taxation on (rental) property in box 3
    As previously communicated, from 2023 onwards the correction that was possible based on the rented status of a second property will be limited. Whereas until 2022, depending on the level…
  • Changes box 3 over assets
    In the 2022 tax return it was still possible to choose between the new and the old system of box 3 levy. From 2023 onwards this choice is no longer…
  • Secure file transfer
    We use Secudoc to guarantee the safe transfer of larger files and documents. If you want to send your files via Secudoc, please send us a request by email. You…
  • Tax deductions 2023
    The following deductions are available in the 2023 Income Tax return to reduce your taxable income: Deductions
  • How to keep your house in the Netherlands in the most advantageous way
    With the changes to the box 3 system it is important to keep your home in The Netherlands outside of box 3 if possible. Under certain conditions it is possible…
  • 5 reasons to hire a Dutch tax advisor
    Have you moved to The Netherlands in 2023? There are a few things to consider then, tax-wise. We can help you file your taxes and claim any deductions or benefits…
  • Considering a Dutch accountant for 2024? Here are 4 great reasons to back your choice!
    As the new year looms on the horizon, businesses everywhere are gearing up for a fresh start in 2024. For expats who’ve made the Netherlands their new home and are…
  • Adieu 30% ruling, Hello wealth tax – declaring foreign assets Netherlands
    The 30 percent ruling – a financial gem that grants you tax-free 30 percent of your salary tax-free for five years. Dubbed the “30% tax facility,” this enticing benefit extends…
  • Supreme Court judgement on box 3 levy
    As you may have heard in the press, the Supreme Court ruled on 24 December 2021 that the box 3 tax based on a fictitious return on investment in 2017…
  • Is your 30% ruling ending?
    For many expats the 30% ruling may cease by the end of this year as the transition period for those originally with an 8 year duration is discontinued. It is…
  • Tax return Netherlands: gain maximum tax benefit
    Of course, you don’t want to miss out on any tax benefits in the Netherlands that you are entitled to. In that case, you need to file a tax return…
  • Moving to the Netherlands
    Are you considering moving (back) to the Netherlands? Most likely you have several scenarios in mind and you are wondering what the tax impact and benefits of each scenario would…
  • Do you need expert tax advice to understand and optimize Dutch taxes?
    When it comes to your tax affairs we understand that you are looking for a trusted tax advisor with a proactive, long term focus and personal service. Our experienced tax…
  • M form Netherlands
    Make sure your M form is filed correctly and tax-efficient. Mistakes are easily made and can unnecessarily cost you a lot of money. Our expert tax advisors are happy to…
  • Leaving the Netherlands tax advice
    Are you leaving the Netherlands again? Do you want to know how to optimize your moving situation tax-wise? If you seek tax advice in an early stage you can make…
  • Housing
    Buying a house in The Netherlands may be more favourable than renting as there are major advantages in owning a house. Most important is that interest paid on a mortgage…
  • Double taxation relief
    If, as a resident, your worldwide income is taxable in the Netherlands it may also be (partly) subject to taxation elsewhere, resulting in double taxation. In most of these cases…
  • 30 Percent Ruling Netherlands
    The 30 percent ruling means that 30 percent of your salary is paid out on a tax free basis for a period of five years. Want to know if you…
  • Wealth tax
    Do you need tax advise on how to minimize wealth tax in your international living or job situation? Are you (considering) moving to the Netherlands and want to understand wealth…
  • Inheritance and gift tax 
    Inheritance tax especially, but also gift tax, can be a very complicated matter, depending on many variables. Dutch inheritance and gift tax percentages are pretty high, but there are also…
  • 183 day rule
    Do you work abroad for part of the year while living in the Netherlands? The 183-day rule prevents you from paying tax on your salary in two countries and determines…
  • Collective ruling box-3 mass objection procedures 2017 to 2020
    The Tax and Customs Administration has published the collective decision in the massive objection procedures against the box-3 tax for 2017 to 2020. All 200,000 objections have been declared well-founded….
  • Negative savings interest tips
    Nowadays, more and more banks have a negative savings interest rate, already from € 100,000 on the savings account. So you no longer receive interest on your money in the…
  • Living in the Netherlands but working abroad
    Are you living in the Netherlands but working abroad? For many internationals, the corona crisis caused them to, or in some cases, gave them the opportunity to work remotely from…
  • Is your 30% ruling ending?
    For many expats the 30% ruling may cease by the end of this year as the transition period for those originally with an 8 year duration is discontinued. It is…
  • Update 30 percent ruling Netherlands 2015
    The last time the 30 percent ruling in the Netherlands was thoroughly revised was in 2012. The main changes considered the maximum period of 8 years instead of 10 years….

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As an expat and business owner, my income taxes can get pretty complicated. But thanks to the folks at J.C. Suurmond & zn., I don’t have to worry about getting things wrong or forgetting obscure tax rules. It’s great to feel like I have someone on my side dealing with the Dutch tax authorities. They’ve handled my taxes for years, and I hope they will for years to come. Thanks 🙏🏼”

– Brian Pagán-

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“Work in the US, through secondment by a Dutch research institute. Sander was able to advise me on avoiding double taxation and other tricky questions, and help with filing taxes in NL during the last two tax seasons. Professional and prompt responses, can certainly recommend!”

– Roelof Smit –

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“They are very helpful and responsive in the times of need. Good and clear communication of right information.”

– Mishanthini Sivasamy –

Who are Suurmond Tax Consultants

Since 1986 expat and business tax advice in relation to the Netherlands is one of our areas if expertise we provide to our individual and/ or business clients.

In addition, we can also assist in a variety of other cross-border situations. We will ensure you are compliant as well and that you pay no more tax than needed. Examples include advising clients as to starting a business in The Netherlands, accounting, property tax, and amnesty ruling. We file all types of  tax returns and specialise for example in the 30% ruling and 183-days rule consequences. The value we can add with our fiscal advice, is a key focus point to us. Also, what should not be overlooked, is the fact that a correct tax return will prevent future issues and penalties. This is essential when moving to a new country, or when setting up a business in a new country. 

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J.C. Suurmond & zn. Tax Consultants
Zwarte Zee 100
3144 DE Maassluis
T: +31 (0)10-3033701
E: taxadvice@jcsuurmond.nl

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VAT: NL 8016.36.668.B.01

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