Living or working outside the Netherlands
Filing the 2022 tax return
Income statement for non-resident taxpayers
Deductions, tax credits and living abroad
Applying for the 30% facility
You will then receive compensation for higher costs of living.
Quick link to
Income tax return
- How to log in to file my tax return
- What do I need to file my tax return?
- Do I have to file a tax return as a non-resident taxpayer?
- How do I apply for a postponement?
- Filing a tax return for 2022 or earlier
- Filing a tax return for the year of emigration or immigration
- When will I receive a tax decision?
- Can I deduct my mortgage interest?
Emigration or immigration
I am leaving the Netherlands:
- Am I emigrating if I am moving abroad?
- What should I bear in mind when I emigrate?
- Can I take my Dutch pension with me when I emigrate?
- Do I get a protective assessment when I emigrate?
I come to live in the Netherlands:
Living and working in different countries
- I live or work in Belgium - where do I pay tax?
- I live or work in Germany - where do I pay tax?
- Will I be taxed twice if I have income from multiple countries?
- I have a pension from Germany - what do I need to know?
- With which countries does the Netherlands have tax treaties?
- Working abroad temporarily - what are the consequences of being seconded?
- How do benefits work?
- I am moving to the Netherlands - am I entitled to benefits?
- I have Dutch healthcare insurance - can I get healthcare benefit?
- I live in a rented house - can I get rent benefit?
- I have children - can I get a supplementary child benefit?
- My child goes to a childcare centre - can I get childcare benefit?
- Can I apply for benefits as a refugee from Ukraine?