INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYEES AND RESIDENCY PERMITS
If you wish to hire new employees, it is important to double check if they require permission to work in the Netherlands.
Even in case you hire an employee who is already in the possession of a work and residency permit, it is still important to check if this permit is also valid in case the employee is on your payroll.
If the employee is not yet in the possession of a valid work permit, it is important to seek advice from an immigration lawyer to explain the different options that are available. Broadstreet works closely together with all renowned immigration lawyers and is able to inform you on the tax consequences of the type of permit you opt for. If you want to know the financial consequences of your type of residency permit, contact Broadstreet for advice.
Cross border situations for social insurances
Before your employee is looking to move to the Netherlands for work, it is also a good idea to check the cross border situations for social insurances.
Is the company located outside of the Netherlands and is the employee (temporarily) working from the Netherlands as an expat, what does that mean for your social insurances? Is he now insured in the Netherlands, both countries or is he not insured at all?
We provide more information about social insurances.
As our firm specializes in expat advisory services we regularly come across situations with clients where they have not been informed about social insurances in the Netherlands before relocating. Trying to figure your situation out afterwards can lead to lengthy discussions with the tax authorities and sometimes even with your employer.
It is therefore advised to always contact a Dutch tax lawyer before you relocate to the Netherlands. Feel free to contact us for an introductory meeting to discuss your situation.