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Payroll Services in Holland?
Link Global are well equipped to handle your Holland payroll services. Salary, taxes and social security made simple with our internationally renowned payroll solutions.
Our approach to overseas payroll minimise your liabilities leaving you worry-free. Link Global provide comprehensive payroll services for Holland and worldwide.
Link Global Management can provide a full range of payroll services in Holland. You’ll be engaged on our payroll and income is paid in the form of salary, allowances and expenses, the proportion of each part depending on your circumstances. For salary, tax and social security, we deduct your tax and social security at source on a PAYE basis, and payments are made to the authorities on your behalf.
You can reduce this taxable amount by offsetting some business expenses. There are different tax rates and bands according to your earnings level and marital/family status. We’ll discuss your personal circumstances with you and help you minimise your tax and social security liabilities, within the boundaries of Dutch legislation. As for your tax return, we’ll take care of this for you. It gets filed each year in Holland, with advice and help from us.
Income tax in Holland
Residents are subject to income tax in Holland on their worldwide income. Non-residents are subject to tax on specific Netherlands-source income only. Residence is determined based on circumstances. For Dutch residency, it is essential to determine whether the individual has permanent personal ties with Holland. If you live abroad but receive income that is taxable in Holland, you’re generally a ‘non-resident taxpayer'.
Non-residents can also apply to be treated as residents for tax purposes (in order to gain access to Dutch deductible items) and an additional category of partial non-resident taxpayers covers those eligible for the so-called 30 % ruling. This provides the option for residents of Holland to be taxed as a "partial" non-resident taxpayer. Dutch income tax is levied on three categories (boxes) of income. Each box has its own rules to calculate taxable income, its own tax rates and exemptions.
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There’s more to Holland than tulips and windmills, though there are plenty of those.
Amsterdam, home to great art museums (Van Gogh Museum is a must) and the house of Anne Frank, is a stunning cultural city to explore via its canals. It's nightlife is second to none too. The Dutch are a fun, relaxed people: marijuana is even legal though they don’t make a fuss about it, and English is widely spoken. If you’re into cycling, you’ll be in good company. Rotterdam is an exciting modern city, with great shopping. And when you want a change, Belgium is just across the border for a day visit