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The Netherlands has various forms of withholding tax. Withholding tax means that tax is levied at the source. The main types of Dutch withholding tax are dividend withholding tax and payroll tax. The Netherlands does not tax interest or royalties. Below we give a brief description of the different types of Dutch withholding tax.
Withholding Tax on Dividend
The profits distributed (dividends) by a company based in the Netherlands are the source for the levying of dividend taxation. Dutch dividend taxation amounts to 15% of the yield of shares. The purchase of shares or the paying back of share capital is subject to dividend taxation, but the yield is, in some cases, limited, which effectively leads to less dividend taxation being paid.
The tax treaties that the Netherlands is party to often limit its own right to levy dividend tax. If a company established in the Netherlands pays out a dividend to companies set up abroad, it is worth examining if a reduction of dividend tax is possible. Here you will find an overview of the taxation treaties (in English) that the Netherlands has signed and the accompanying withholding tax rates.
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Withholding Tax on Salary
Payroll tax is levied from a withholding agent on salary payments to employees. Salary is, therefore, the source of taxation. Since payroll tax and the national insurance premium are paid together, they are known as payroll taxation. Payroll tax is a withholding tax on income tax.
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DTS helps with withholding tax NetherlandsThe Netherlands has various types of withholding taxes; withholding tax entails tax levied at the source. The two main types of withholding tax Netherlands are dividend withholding taxes and payroll taxes. In the Netherlands no taxes are levied on interest or royalties. These two types of withholding tax Netherlands are briefly described:
Dividend withholding taxes are based upon the profits distributed (dividends) by a company based in the Netherlands. Dutch dividend taxation amounts to 15% of the shares yield. Purchasing shares or paying back of share capital is subject to the payment of dividend taxation, but the yield may sometimes be limited, which might lead to less dividend taxation being paid. The tax treaties in existence for the Netherlands often limit its own right to levy dividend taxes. If a Dutch-based business pays out a dividend to companies set up abroad, it is worth examining if it is possible to reduce dividend taxes. We would be happy to help you examine the possibilities to reduce the dividend taxation bill you are obliged to pay. We can also render our assistance with the preparation and submission of dividend tax declarations.
Withholding taxes on salary, also called payroll taxes, are levied from a withholding agent on salary payments to employees. Salary is, thus, the source of taxation. Since payroll taxes and the national insurance premiums are paid as one, they are known as payroll taxation. Payroll tax is a withholding tax on income tax.