Cross border employment poses challenges for both the company and the individual. The (international) regulations that one has to deal with are complex and constantly changing. Taxand Global Mobiltiy Services offers a “one-stop-shop” for cross border employment. We ensure that you are compliant, but also that you are aware of and can use the (tax) opportunities available.
Taxand Global Mobility Services differentiates itself for its service level, speed and pragmatic approach. No one size fits all applications, but personal advice, tailored to your specific wishes and needs. Taxand Global Mobility Services has 20+ years of experience in the field of global mobility. We advise and assist both listed and small companies. Everything aimed at the unburdening of our clients.
We do not have a “stand alone” approach from a wage and individual income tax perspective, but are always aware of the cross-connections with other disciplines, such as corporate tax, employment law and HR. For example, the company’s transfer pricing policy can have a direct effect on the tax position of the cross border employee, and therefore also on the payroll position of the company. Our full service model of integrated services and the intensive cooperation with the other disciplines within Taxand demonstrates time after time its added value.
Within Taxand Global Mobility Services we are experts in the field of Dutch regulations. However, one will also have to consider the consequences in the other country. Taxand Netherlands is part of the worldwide Taxand organization, the world’s largest independent network of tax advisors with more than 2,000 advisers in 50 countries, so that the foreign tax consequences are covered too.
We advise employers and employees on the tax consequences of global mobility. We ensure that these are structured in a tax efficient manner and that employer and employee meet all administrative obligations.
The 30% -ruling is a Dutch tax facility for employees hired from abroad. The main benefit is that the employer can pay out 30% of the salary free of taxes. The 30% -ruling provides other benefits as well. We can help you assess whether the employee is eligible for the ruling and take care of the application with the tax authorities quickly and efficiently.
We not only focus on the taxation of cross border employees, but also on the social security implications. We advise you on the applicable social security system and possible structures, keeping both employer’s and employee’s interest in mind. We also help you with applying for A1 and E106 / S1-certificates and the correct implementation in the payroll.
We think along and advise on your assignment policies and processes, so that they are aligned with overall business objectives.
Income tax returns
Cross border employment often has consequences for the tax position of the employee and thus for the income tax return to be submitted. We take care of the Dutch income tax return for employees who work (partly) abroad and of foreign employees working in the Netherlands. Through our foreign Taxand offices, we can also take care of foreign income tax returns.
We take care of the payroll process regarding your cross border employees. We ensure proper implementation of the 30% ruling, salary splits, foreign social security and tax equalization arrangements in the payroll.
We advise on visas, work and residence permits and also take care of the application process, including application for “recognized sponsor” status.
Workshops and in-house training
We regularly organize seminars and workshops in the field of global mobility. We also provide in-house training, with a program tailored to your organization.