Taxes in the Netherlands

Various taxes apply to everyone in the Netherlands. Certain taxes, such as those on income, wealth and assets, are collected by the national government. Other taxes for the provision of local services are collected at municipal level. In this section, we provide an overview of the most common taxes and information about the 30% ruling in the Netherlands.

National taxes

When you start living and working in the Netherlands, you are required to pay national taxes. But what taxes do you have to pay and what tax facilities apply in your situation? We listed the main tax types that you will most likely encounter.

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Local taxes

In addition to national taxes, you also need to pay certain local taxes, such as sewage and waste disposal taxes. Learn more about the most common local taxes.

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30% tax ruling

The 30% reimbursement ruling is a tax facility for internationals moving to the Netherlands for a specific employment position in which they get a compensation for the extra costs the make for travel, housing and day-to-day expenses.

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