• Type: Publication series
  • Date: 12/17/2013

The Netherlands – Changes to Rules on Which Bank Accounts Tax Refunds Paid Into 

KPMG Meijburg & Co. in the Netherlands reports that the Dutch tax authorities have changed the procedure for transferring income tax refunds to bank accounts which are not in the taxpayer’s name. Taxpayers whose income tax refunds were, in the past, paid into a bank account belonging to their employer, will receive a letter from the tax authorities requesting them to provide the tax authorities with their own bank account number. In particular, this will affect employers with employees on international assignment who are tax equalized. For more details, read this Flash International Executive Alert.


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