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Most expats are aware of the 30% ruling and the fact that it is the most attractive tax break available to them when they come to work in The Netherlands. However, there is an array of rules surrounding the expatriate tax facility and this article is an attempt to bring them together and clarify them.

The 30% expatriate tax facility has for many years been the main motivating factor in inducing foreign nationals to accept contracts in The Netherlands. In its absence, the tax and social security costs of working in The Netherlands would in most cases be prohibitive. This is why any changes to the rules surrounding the eligibility criteria for the 30% ruling are of crucial importance to any agency doing business in The Netherlands.

The German Court Ruling on 1st March relating to the CGZP (the main Union negotiating Collective Bargaining Agreements for Temporary Agency employees) has created a great deal of speculation and uncertainty in the Staffing Industry in The UK among agencies actively engaged in the German Contract Market.

The German Court Ruling on 1st March relating to the CGZP (the main Union negotiating Collective Bargaining Agreements for Temporary Agency employees) has created a great deal of speculation and uncertainty in the Staffing Industry in The UK among agencies actively engaged in the German Contract Market.

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