Working abroad temporarily
Have you been (temporarily) transferred by your employer from the Netherlands to another country to work there? Or have you been transferred to the Netherlands from another country? If so, this may have consequences for your liabilty to pay tax and your social security, such as your old age pension or benefits under the Healthcare Insurance Act.
Working in another country temporarily
Have you been (temporarily) transferred by your employer from the Netherlands to another country to work there? Or have you been transferred to the Netherlands from another country?
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.
You are not working in the Netherlands
Depending on the country you live in, the consequences for the short or long-term transfer may differ.
You are coming to work in the Netherlands
If you come to work in the Netherlands, you may be eligible for a special expenses reimbursement scheme: the 30% facility for incoming employees.
Transferred government personnel
If you have Dutch nationality, are employed by the Dutch government and are being transferred abroad, we will treat you as a resident of the Netherlands in the following cases.
Consequences for your social security
If you live in the Netherlands, you are almost always compulsorily covered by the Dutch national insurances schemes General Old Age Pensions Act, (AOW), Surviving Dependence Act (Anw), General Child Benefit Act (AKW), Exceptional Medical Expenses Act (AWBZ), and the Healthcare Insurance Act (Zorgverkekeringswet).