We can review your Dutch tax and social security position, in the context of your residency position (both past and present) to provide advice on how to best structure your affairs in order to minimise your tax burden. As an expat you often have more than one tax jurisdiction to consider and your remuneration packages can be more complicated with items such as tax equalization between home and host employers. At Hillbrook we can work closely with you to unravel all of these complexities and counsel you on what needs to be done to ensure your affairs are structured efficiently and compliantly.
An expat often has more than one tax jurisdiction to consider and remuneration packages can get quite complicated with items such as tax equalization, stock option income and foreign social security entitlements. For the expat, Hillbrook can advise on residency status, tax position and social security consequences. By working closely with the expat, we can ensure that all personal tax matters are compliant and the tax burden is kept to a minimum. For the employer, Hillbrook can advise on global mobility issues such as: