Arranging financial affairs in Amsterdam
When moving to another country, financial issues are usually among the more bewildering things to understand and take care of. From seemingly straightforward tasks such as opening a bank account to working out what kind of insurances to take out and how social security works, there is a lot to get into. Find some information to start you off below.
Get to know the benefits of the 30% reimbursement ruling for highly skilled migrants and see if the tax advantage applies to you.
To receive your salary and pay expenses you need to open a bank account.
Find out all about filing your taxes in the Netherlands to make sure you're ready for the deadline.
Many official organisations in the Netherlands require you to use a digital signature called ‘DigiD’ in order to access their online services.
Though you aren’t required to be covered, things like liability insurance are highly recommended, so it’s good to know about your options.
The Dutch AOW pension (paid under the National Old Age Pensions Act, AOW) is the basic state pension.
The Sociale Verzekeringsbank (SVB) is the organisation that implements national insurance schemes in the Netherlands.
Various taxes apply to everyone in the Netherlands, such as state taxes on income, wealth and assets as well as local government taxes.