Employment Tax

Budget Day 2020: changes to payroll taxes

In our memorandum we address the most significant changes proposed for payroll taxes and social security contributions.

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The 2021 Tax Plan on two pages

We have prepared a two-page overview of the measures contained in the 2021 Tax Plan package.

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Tax measures for 2021

The main features of the 2021 Tax Plan package are addressed in our memorandum

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Relief and recovery package for the economy and labor market (Emergency package 3.0)

On August 28, 2020 by letter to the Lower House of Parliament, the government presented a relief and recovery package for businesses and workers, which follows on from the two previous emergency packages.

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Court of Appeals judgment on the standard practice criterion in the work-related costs rules

In the order for reference, the Court of Appeals The Hague based its assessment on the framework set by the Supreme Court in its judgment and offered more clarity on some practical elements.

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Progress on ‘working as a self-employed person’

On June 15, 2020, the fifth letter describing the progress made with respect to ‘working as a self-employed person’ was published. In this letter, the Minister of Social Affairs and Employment and the Deputy Minister of Finance inform the Lower House of Parliament of the developments and the follow-up steps with regard to the measures in the field of self-employment.

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Cross-border working during COVID-19

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Additional agreements about the second Jobs and Economy emergency package (Emergency package 2.0)

From a letter sent to the Lower House of Parliament on May 28, 2020, it appears that the government has further consulted with employer and employee organizations in response to Emergency package 2.0.

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Extension and expansion of Jobs and Economy emergency package (Emergency package 2.0)

More than two months ago the government announced a number of emergency measures in its ‘Jobs and Economy emergency package’ letter to the Lower House of Parliament dated March 17, 2020. These measures were intended to mitigate the first acute and widespread shock resulting from the coronavirus and the crisis measures introduced in this respect. On May 20, 2020 the government announced – once again in a letter to the Lower House of Parliament – that various measures in the first emergency package (Emergency package 1.0) would be extended and supplemented with new measures (Emergency package 2.0).

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