personal touch in relocation

Borrie Expatriate Services assists employers and their employees with international assignments. The assistance applies to assignments both from and to the Netherlands. We do this with the aid of a compact and highly specialised team, and offer a complete package of services that can be tailored seamlessly to meet your wishes. read more

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Clients Login

To ensure that you can remain up to date at any time of the day or night, Borrie Expatriate Services is working on the development of a secure client environment. After you have logged in using a personal code, you get an updated overview of the current state of your company’s/expat’s affairs. The overview also states which further action needs to be taken. ‘Who does what and when?’ Everything set out clearly.

Our login portal for clients will be available early 2013.

Deductible items further reduced in 2021

The Dutch government has set a goal: in 2023 taxable deductions should be capped at 37.05%. In 2020 tax deductible items are capped at 46% and this shall be decreased to 43% in 2021. In order to get to the targeted percentage of 37.05%, the limitation of deductible items in the Dutch personal income tax return shall continue.

Miljoenennota 2021

Het kabinet presenteerde op deze aangepaste Prinsjesdag de Miljoenennota 2021 en het Belastingplan 2021. De maatregelen in het Belastingplan 2021 zijn sterk beïnvloed door de coronacrisis. Lees nu meer over de plannen van het kabinet!

2020 salary requirements for 30% ruling

The 2020 salary criteria for the Dutch 30% ruling are as follows:

  • The minimum required annual taxable salary for an employee older than 30 years is EUR 38.347
  • The minimum required annual taxable salary for an employee younger than 30 years AND holding a Master degree is EUR 29.149
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