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Kopie van Motion adopted to propose new legislation on Management Equity Plans

The Lower House of the Dutch Parliament has adopted a motion asking the government to propose new legislation with regard to what they call “carried interest”. Specifically, the government was asked t ...

Motion adopted to propose new legislation on Management Equity Plans

The Lower House of the Dutch Parliament has adopted a motion asking the government to propose new legislation with regard to what they call “carried interest”. Specifically, the government was asked t ...

New decree on the allocation of severance payments in an international context

On December 15, 2023 the Ministry of Finance published a new decree on the allocation of taxing rights in respect of severance payments in an international context. The decree took effect on January 1 ...

More inspections by immigration authorities

The vast majority of work-based residence permits issued in the Netherlands every year are for the purpose of employment as a highly skilled migrant or intra-company transferee. To employ these highly ...

Employee incentive trends – SAR plan’s: your incentive plan for 2024

Rewarding employees is more than just compensation for performance. It is an incentive to increase motivation and engagement. Remuneration should therefore be seen as a strategic tool to attract and r ...

Prospect of more opportunities for international transfers of accrued Dutch pension capital

The Netherlands is unjustifiably restricting the free movement of workers by imposing specific conditions on the international transfer of accrued pension capital. This is the verdict of the Court of ...

Annual adjustment of salary criterion for highly skilled migrants 2024

The gross monthly salaries that apply as of January 1, 2024 have been published. For the coming year, the salary criterion will be increased by 6.45%.

Lower House of Parliament adopts various amendments and motions during vote on 2024 Tax Plan package

On the day the Lower House went into recess for the upcoming elections, the Members of Parliament made significant changes to the 2024 Tax Plan.

30% ruling scaled back even further

As of 1 January 2024, the 30% ruling for highly-skilled employees recruited from abroad will be scaled back even further if the Upper House of Parliament also adopts the bill.

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