Consequences for your taxpayer status when being transferred
With short and long-term transfers to another country or the Netherlands, it is important for you and your employer to know where you reside. It could be that we consider you as having emigrated.
If you emigrate, it is important to determine whether you continue to have ties with your previous country of residence, which possibly makes you liable to pay tax there. For example, this is the case when you continue to be the owner of immovable property.
Are you being transferred for a longer period but are you not emigrating? If so, you are liable to pay tax in the country where you work and in the country in which you live. You must then pay tax in both countries. To prevent you from paying double tax on your income, agreements have been made between most countries concerning which country may levy tax on which income.
If you are transferred for work for short periods, this usually does not change anything in respect of your liability to pay tax. You will then simply remain a resident of your country and be liable to pay tax there.