Check list tax return 2018 for non-resident taxpayers

Do you live outside the Netherlands? But you have income in or from the Netherlands? If so, you are a non-resident taxpayer. You need the following information for your tax return for 2018. Please have a look at the check list.

Check list tax return 2018 for non-resident taxpayers

Personal details

  • citizen service number (BSN), and if applicable, also the citizen service numbers of your partner and your children.
  • account number of your payment account (IBAN, preferably a Dutch account)
  • DigiD or - if you do not have DigiD - user name and password
  • telephone number
  • address details

Income (worldwide, so both in the Netherlands as well as outside the Netherlands)

  • all annual income or benefits statements (salary, annuities, pension, etcetera)
  • in the case of Belgian wage: all paychecks

And if you do not have them:

  • pay slips
  • spousal maintenance received
  • personal income statement from your country of residence, if you are a qualifying non-resident taxpayer
  • investment accounts

Bank accounts (Dutch and non-Dutch)

  • annual review of your payment account(s)
  • annual review of your savings account(s)
  • annual review of your investment account(s)

Housing

If you have non-resident taxpayer status:

  • the WOZ value [Valuation of Immovable Property Act] of your owner-occupied home in the Netherlands with reference date 1 January from the year before. (This is stated on the WOZ assessment that you received from the municipality last year.)
  • annual statement of your mortgage in the Netherlands

Are you:

If so, you also need the information of your owner-occupied home in your country of residence:

  • the value of your owner-occupied home on 1 January from the year before
  • the annual statement of your mortgage of this house

Deductions (only if you are a qualified non-resident taxpayer, or if you are living in Belgium, Germany, Suriname or on Aruba, or if you are insured in the Netherlands)

You need proof of payment. For example:

  • donations
  • medical expenses
  • spousal maintenance paid
  • study costs paid

Other (only applicable if you are a qualified non-resident taxpayer, if you are living in Belgium, Germany, Suriname or on Aruba, or if you are compulsorily insured in the Netherlands)

  • overview of student grant received
  • information about loans and other debts
  • overview of annuity premiums paid
  • overview of occupational disability insurances (Aov) paid
  • dividend information

 

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