The Global Employer Services department focuses on personal issues that expatriates face when coming into the Netherlands. Our comprehensive services cover immigration issues, personal taxation and compensation and benefits advice. A worldwide Deloitte network of specialists assures the most efficient solutions for the mobile expatriate. The Deloitte expatriate payroll will ensure that the salary package is correctly incorporated in the Dutch payroll.
Under the Dutch Foreign Employment Law, an employer is responsible to obtain immigration clearance for non-EEA (European Economic Area) employees before the employee starts working in the Netherlands. Our immigration practice team assists and advices on immigration issues and procedures. This service will include the knowledge migrant rule, intercompany work permits, authorization for temporary stay (MVV) etc.
Japanese expatriates are often eligible to benefit from the Dutch special expatriate tax regime called ‘30% ruling’. With the ruling the expatriate can obtain a tax-exempt allowance of approximately 30% of the gross salary. We have an excellent record in obtaining this ruling for our clients.
Personal Income Tax Services
The expatriates in the Netherlands benefitting from the 30% ruling are obliged to file an annual personal income tax return in the Netherlands. Our compliance team files the returns for more than 4,000 expatriates. In order to obtain the required information we use our web-based Global Advantage organizer. On your request the team reviews assessments and files appeals whenever required.
For further information
For further information on all services from the Deloitte Japanese Services Group you can contact Eric Sprengers, senior manager HC Tax, telephone: +31 (0)88 288 03 10 or Tomoe Nishikawa, Analyst HC Tax/JSG, telephone: +31 (0)88 288 45 01.