Payments from abroad
Are you making payments from a foreign bank account? In that case your bank may ask for the Bank Identifier Code (BIC) of the Tax and Customs Administration when making the payment.
You can then use the following data for payments:
- our account number / IBAN: NL86 INGB 0002 4455 88 or another account number of the tax authorities
- the BIC (Bank Identification Code) of the ING is: INGBNL2A
- Name and address:
P.O. Box 9048
7300 GK Apeldoorn
Sometimes a bank may ask for the address of the ING in addition to a BIC. The address is:
ING Bank N.V.
P.O. Box 1800
1000 BV Amsterdam
Always add the payment reference of your tax assessment to your payment.
Payments from abroad usually require additional processing time. You are personally responsible for the timely transfer of the amount to our account. Your bank will let you know how long this process takes.
Possible extra charges when paying from abroad
It is possible that your bank will charge costs when you make a payment. These costs may be costs for the payment itself or because you are not paying in euros. You must add these costs to the amount of tax you have to pay. If you have questions about this, please contact your bank.