When working as an expat in the Netherlands you might have noticed that several things are done differently here as opposed to the United States. Income taxes for instance, are very different in the Netherlands. Did you know that even though you are neither living nor working in the USA, you are still required to file tax returns. And did you know that you can also apply for US tax returns when working as an expat in the Netherlands? Well, you can! Gain fiscal advice from Witlox International Tax Advice to help you fill out the tax return properly.
US tax returns in the Netherlands, how does it work?
Witlox International Tax Advice has assisted many expats with their US tax return forms in the Netherlands since 2000. This experience means that the professional advisors at Witlox are well aware of the obstacles that expats have to deal with. Filling out the forms by yourself is no easy task and if you make a mistake, chances are you will be looking at a pretty hefty additional collection later on in the future. Prevent this by contacting Witlox International Tax Advice today, and make an appointment with a highly experienced tax advisor. While you are at it, inform about the possibilities for education and work visa as well. Knowing is half the battle after all.
US tax returns as a foreign employee working in the Netherlands
Working in the Netherlands is a great opportunity that you did not want to miss! Working in the heart of continental Europe, in one of the most sophisticated countries in the world is too tempting to pass up on. Except for tax returns! The Netherlands are, among other things, known for high taxes, especially for higher incomes. Does this mean that you will be losing money as an American? Not exactly. As a US citizen you are still obliged to fill out your tax returns for the American government, even though you are neither working nor living stateside. Witlox International Tax Advice is more than willing to help you with US tax returns in the Netherlands. Contact them today and inquire about the possibilities.
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