Driving licence exchange info

When you move to the Netherlands it may be that you will have to exchange your driving licence for a Dutch driving licence. EU/EER driving licence Do you hold an EU/EER driving licence? You may use your licence in the Netherlands for a period of 10 years after the issue date of your licence. This […]


Hiring UK citizens post Brexit

UK citizens who will move to the Netherlands after January 31st yet before December 31st, 2020 will not have to undergo an immigration procedure. Hiring UK citizens post Brexit hasn’t changed from the old situation! UK non EU country? After January 31st the UK has formally become a non EU country. However, due to the […]


Tax return 2019, action time!

2019 income tax return – who needs to file? Are you a Dutch tax resident and do you own a house? Did you request a refund for the house? In this case you definitely need to file the 2019 income tax return. If you do not, you need to pay back the refund. Dutch tax […]


Posted Workers

You may already have heard of the implementation of the Terms of Employment Posted Workers in the European Union Act. In Dutch this is “Wet arbeidsvoorwaarden gedetacheerde werknemers in de Europese Unie” (WagwEU). This law was enforced in June 2016 and has replaced the “Wet arbeidsvoorwaarden grensoverschrijdende arbeid” (WAGA). Just for posted workers, not for […]


Brexit for UK residents of the Netherlands – January 2020

After years of uncertainty Brexit will take place on January 31, 2020. Do you want to know more about Brexit for UK residents of the Netherlands? In this article you will find the steps that you need to take now. From February 2020 until December 31st 2020 there is a transition period to conclude trade […]


Looking for a job in the Netherlands?

Very regularly we receive the question how to find a job in the Netherlands. The questions come from our clients’ partners as well as from people from abroad who wish to relocate to the Netherlands. Are you looking for a job in the Netherlands? The Dutch labour market The Duch labour market is quite tense […]


What is duty of care?

Duty of care is one of the requirements if your company is a recognized sponsor for the Dutch immigration services IND. Being a recognized sponsor is a requirement in the Netherlands to employ non EU citizens on a local contract. Duty of care sounds good, but what does it actually mean? Careful recruitment and selection […]


Shared living; a trend in the Netherlands

The rental market in the bigger cities in the Netherlands has become quite challenging. Due to demand outpacing supply, prices have gone up. Availability of affordable properties is scarce. We’ve noticed that more and more people are considering sharing an apartment. With two or three times your rental budget you can rent a very nice […]


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