Tax return 2017
If you are a non-resident taxpayer, you are required to file a tax return in the Netherlands. Here, you can find information about the tax return for non-resident taxpayers for 2017.
Tax return 2017 for non-resident taxpayers
If you are a non-resident taxpayer, you are required to file a tax return in the Netherlands.
When to file the tax return?
If you are a non-resident taxpayer, you must file your tax return prior to 1 July 2018.
Check list tax return 2017 for non-resident taxpayers
You need the following information for your tax return for 2017. Please have a look at the check list.
Requesting a postponement for filing a tax return
If you are unable to file a return for income tax and the income-related healthcare insurance contribution in time, you may request a postponement.
How to file a tax return?
If you are a non-resident taxpayer, you can file a tax return online. You can do so with your DigiD or user name and password.
When are you required to file a paper tax return?
If some situations you must request a paper tax return form.
C Form 2017
You should use a C Form if you do not file your tax return in digital form and if certain situations applied to you in 2017.
M Form 2017
If you immigrated to or emigrated from The Netherlands in 2017, you must use Form M to file your tax return.
P Form 2017
You use the P Form if you do not file or cannot file a digital tax return and certain situations applied to you in 2017.
Before you send your return
Before you send your tax return to us, there are a number of matters you should consider.
More information and assistance in filing tax return
If you satisfy specific conditions, we can help you to fill in your tax return.