How do I file an income tax return as a non-resident taxpayer?
Make a choice for the year for which you wish to file your income tax return and log in with your user name and password, your DigiD or an EU-approved login key:
- Tax return 2022 for non-resident taxpayers
- Tax return 2021 for non-resident taxpayers
- Tax return 2020 for non-resident taxpayers
- Tax return 2019 for non-resident taxpayers
- Tax return 2018 for non-resident taxpayers
All tax returns are only available in Dutch.
As of 1 July 2023, you can no longer log in with a user name and password issued by the Tax and Customs Administration.
Or read first whether you have to file an income tax return as a non-resident taxpayer.
Filing a tax return using the tax return form C?
This is possible if you cannot or do not want to file an online tax return. You can file a tax return using the paper tax return form C if you did not live in the Netherlands during the whole year, and you were liable to tax during the whole year and/or you were liable to pay social insurance contributions in the Netherlands.
Are you a government official of the Netherlands posted abroad, and do you want to file a tax return using a paper tax return form? In that case, file your tax return using a tax return form P.
If you have not received a tax return form C, call the Tax information line for non-resident tax issues and request the tax return form. Have your citizen service number (Dutch: bsn) at hand.
How do I fill in the tax return form C 2022?
Read more in the Explanatory notes tax return form C 2022 and the Short explanatory notes tax return form C 2022.