Sending employees abroad (expats) and bringing foreign employees to work in the Netherlands (impats) involves a lot of complexity, particularly concerning the payroll. This can have consequences for the social security, involving concerns about where an employee should be insured, and where taxes have to be paid.
Foreign employees coming to work in The Netherlands can either be compensated in extraterritorial costs tax free or apply for the 30% ruling. However, keep in mind that a possible shadow payroll will be required depending on which country the employee will be socially insured. Your employee can perhaps also be working in several countries, meaning we would need to look at a possible split payroll. Whichever aspect within the international payroll is of relevance, Arvode can assist you.
There are a lot of things you need to take into account when you are dealing with international employment:
- The 30% facility and extraterritorial costs
- Cross-border employment and social security
- Corresponding approval for a foreign pension plan
- Specific employment contracts
- Exemption from annual income tax return filings for your employees
With Arvode you are guaranteed support and correct processing of the international payroll and 30% ruling.