The salary criteria for the 30% ruling as per January 2020 are: The annual taxable salary for an employee must be more than EUR 38,347 (2019: EUR 37,743). The taxable salary for an employee with a master degree and who is younger than 30 years, must be more than EUR 29,149 (2019: 28,690).
Do you have employees without an “definite contract”? If not, the unemployment insurance premium will be 5% higher starting 1 January 2020. To prevent this, the following may be agreed in writing with certain employees before 1 January 2020: employment contract for an indefinite period fixed scope of work (no 0-hours or min/max) It has now been
The salary requirements for highly skilled migrants, Intra-Corporate Transferees (ICT) and European Blue Card holders for 2020 have been announced and are as follows*: Highly skilled migrants of 30 years and older: EUR 4,612 Highly skilled migrants younger than 30 years: EUR 3,381 Highly skilled migrants who graduated in the Netherlands at higher education or
To qualify for the 30%-ruling employees must have specific expertise. This condition is fulfilled if the taxable salary during the term of the arrangement -i.e. continuously- meets the salary criterion. For 2019, the taxable salary must be more than EUR 37,743 and more than EUR 28,690 for employees holding a qualifying Master Degree and who
After a no-deal Brexit the allocation rules of EU regulation 883/04 remain applicable for 12 more months in the relation between the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. The authorities of both countries have agreed on this at official level. The Dutch government has since published an official decision for this. An important condition for the