The Dutch government provides comprehensive subsidies to lower the costs of formal childcare. These subsidies are known as the childcare allowance (kinderopvangtoeslag) and they can lower your childcare bill by up to 80%. Obtaining and maintaining this allowance can be incredibly complex so we offer a quick and simple service to do it for you.
The Dutch Tax Office (Belastingdienst) sends you letters to your last known address. After you've moved on, missing these letters can lead to expensive penalties and missing out on refunds. For just €99 per year, we'll email you the information and requests from the Belastingdienst in plain English, and you'll be able to view the original paper letter online.
Whether you employ staff, employ yourself as main director of a business (DGA), or hire a domestic servant, you are required to provide payslips, maintain a payroll administration and file your monthly payroll taxes.
A sheer complex task we can do for you for a very competitive rate.
The 30% tax ruling is a tax advantage for highly skilled migrants in the Netherlands. Once an expat meets the required conditions, the employer can grant their employee a tax free allowance of 30% of the salary. Have Blue Umbrella inform you about the conditions you must meet and if you are eligable for the 30% tax ruling.
Very quick, very efficient, very good service. I have used them for the last 3 years - no problems, excellent service.
Blue Umbrella’s mission is to offer the international community in the Netherlands a reliable, accurate and affordable support platform for Dutch tax matters. Our services are designed to help internationals navigate the Dutch tax system with ease and confidence. We provide information, support and tools to help internationals handle various Dutch tax requirements, such as filing income tax, sales tax, international sales tax, payroll tax and corporate tax.
Blue Umbrella positioned itself as the English language interface between the international individual or business and the Dutch Tax Office. Read more about us.
The Dutch tax office is known as the Belastingdienst and letters come in a recognisable blue envelope. The service will normally let you know by post if you need to fill in a tax return in the Netherlands, for example, if you are self employed. Even if it does not, it might be to your advantage to investigate if you can file a tax return to access certain tax benefits.
Need help with your tax return in the Netherlands?