Annual review 30% ruling salary requirement 2021

In order to qualify for the 30% ruling, employees must have specific expertise, among other things. This condition is fulfilled if the taxable salary during the term of the 30% ruling continuously meets the salary criterion. For 2021, the taxable salary must exceed EUR 38,961 or EUR 29,616 for employees [...]

2021-11-30T10:37:54+00:0030 November 2021|tax + global mobility|

Delay in decision periods IND

Normally, the (target) decision period of the IND on highly skilled migrant residence permit applications and applications of their family members, is two weeks, provided that the application is submitted by a recognised sponsor. Due to backlogs at the IND, the IND is currently not meeting these (target) decision periods. [...]

2021-11-30T10:41:32+00:0023 November 2021|immigration, payroll|

Reclaim VAT in the United Kingdom

Companies to whom English VAT is charged are entitled to a refund of this VAT (insofar as the entrepreneur performs VAT-taxed services). Due to Brexit, the regulation in the United Kingdom now states that a refund can be submitted within six months after the end of a certain year and [...]

2021-11-30T10:41:39+00:0022 October 2021|BREXIT, vat|

Deadline for filing the 2020 EU VAT claim is 1 October 2021

Dutch companies that have received invoices dated in 2020 with EU VAT on them can reclaim this non-Dutch EU VAT through the Dutch VAT portal if the following conditions are met: your business is established in the Netherlands there is no obligation to submit a VAT return in the EU [...]

2021-11-30T10:41:57+00:008 September 2021|vat|

New VAT e-commerce rules in effect – important deadline: 10 August

As of 1 July 2021 new VAT rules are in effect for online sales. Webshops are subject to VAT in the buyer's EU member state. This VAT can be declared via a local VAT registration, but to avoid (a maximum of) 26 extra VAT registrations and associated declaration obligations, the [...]

2021-11-30T10:42:04+00:005 August 2021|COVID-19, vat|

Remote working | Key points of attention

You/Your employee want(s) to work remotely from another country. For both the employee and employer, there are several points of attention and questions that may arise from this situation. With the below infographic, LIMES highlights these points of attention.

2021-11-30T10:42:10+00:001 July 2021|Uncategorized|
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