FAQ

Some questions and answers.

When does my tax return need to be submitted?

The regular deadline is April 30th. A recognised tax advisory office can easily apply for extension of this term until April 30th the following year. Also refer to: tax return

What information do you need to prepare my tax return?

Please look at tax return and follow through the checklist on that page.

How quick can your company submit my tax return?

We will prepare your tax return as speedily as possible after you have provided the complete information. Our aim is to have the tax return prepared within 2 weeks. In the busy tax period (roughly from February to June) this could be 4 weeks.

When can I expect a reaction from the tax authorities?

The inspector aims to raise an assessment within 3 months after the tax return is received.
With M-forms this can take longer.

When do you send your invoice and when do I need to pay this?

1. In case of a regular arrangement the invoice will be sent with the tax return, payment of this is required before the tax return will be submitted to the tax authorities.
2. In case of a no win-no fee arrangement the invoice will be sent after receipt of the refund and will be due once the refund is received.

What tax advice does Expatritax give?

Tax advice we give can relate to any situation, for example in relation to immigration, emigration, fiscal consequences of paying off mortgage, 30%-ruling, etc.

What do I need to supply for a 30%-ruling request?

Please follow through the checklist on the 30%-ruling page on this website

Who is Expatritax?

Expatritax is a company whose core business is expat tax matters. The company originates from a tax consultancy firm that was established in 1986. As a large proportion of the clients were expats, the decision was made to put more focus on expatriates. This resulted in Expatritax.

How do I contact Expatritax?

Please send us an email tax@expatritax.com

What is a no win-no fee arrangement?

This is an arrangement that reduces your risk substantially or altogether for paying for a result that cannot be obtained, e.g. in case the inspector does not grant the projected refund.The fee is normally based on a percentage of the projected refund, and only due when the refund is actually received. If you provide your complete information we will let you know whether your situation qualifies for this arrangement.