Don’t agree with an assessment? (international)

Do you disagree with an income tax assessment or Health Insurance Act assessment that you have received? For example, because you forgot to fill in something in your tax return? Then you usually do not have to object. You can often change your tax return. Sometimes you will have to file an objection.

Provisional assessment: no objection possible

Do you disagree with an income tax assessment or Health Insurance Act assessment that you have received? You cannot object to a provisional assessment. Depending on your situation, you may change your provisional assessment or submit a (new) tax return.

Other assessments: objection is possible

Do you disagree with an income tax assessment or Health Insurance Act assessment that you have received? Or do you disagree with a fine that you have to pay according to the assessment? You can object to these assessments and decisions.

How to object

Would you like to object? Normally, you do this by sending in your tax return again. You can also object by means of an objection form or by writing a letter.

You can object to the following:

  • Final assessment of income tax assessment or Healthcare Insurance Act
  • additional assessment

Decisions associated with an assessment

If you object to the aforementioned assessments, you can also object to the following decisions:

  • the applied payment credit
  • the fine imposed under the assessment
  • the interest on overpaid tax or interest on tax calculated under the assessment
  • the revisionary interest calculated under the assessment
  • the established aggregate income

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