Get your key dates and tax deadlines for the Netherlands right here.
Familiarising yourself with key tax information can help make your stay in the Netherlands more relaxing, as you will know what to expect come tax season!
The tax year in the Netherlands is the same as the calendar year, meaning it runs from 1 January to 31 December.
Knowing when to file your taxes and being prepared can make a huge difference.
With that in mind, we've put together this blog that outlines all the key tax dates for the tax year in the Netherlands!
January 2023: Start of new tax year
February 2023: Tax Office publishes the 2022 Personal Income Statement Form and its translations
1 March 2023: You can submit your income tax return
1 May 2023: Deadline for filing your income tax return if you receive an invitation to file. Deadline is mentioned in the letter that you receive
The average Dutch tax refund is €910
1 July 2023: Deadline if you were non-resident during (part of) the year. If you filed your 2022 tax return before 1 April 2023 the tax authorities should send you a provisional tax assessment showing a refund or an amount to be paid before 1 July 2020
31 December 2023: Deadline for submitting tax declaration for 2022 tax year
31 December 2023: End of tax year
If you need help with your tax return in the Netherlands, we can prepare it for you to make sure you claim your maximum tax refund! Get your free refund estimate today by using our dutch tax calculator!