FEM Netherlands Chapter Meeting 21/06/18

Please join us for the FEM Netherlands Chapter Meeting on 21 June.

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Join us on June 21, 2018 for our 24th FEM Netherlands Chapter.

First is the proposed changes for the 30% ruling. As most of you know, recently the Netherlands government announced that it would further reduce the applicability of the duration of 30% ruling to five years instead of the current eight years as of 1 January 2019.

The State Secretary of the Ministry of Finance explained in his letter that this applies to both current (i.e. pre 2019 30%-Rule holders) and new (2019 onwards 30%-Rule holders) cases. If this is proposed in the Tax Plan for 2019 (September 2018), it will be officially approved the end of November 2018. It is also possible that before September 2018, it will become clear whether the reduction of the maximum duration of 3 years will also apply to current 30%-Rule holders.

During this FEM Event we will provide the latest update on the proposed changes and share the insight from lobbyists. Also we will share the impact of these changes for your employees with the 30% ruling and the measurements many multinationals are taking.

Second topic will be Global mobility and US tax – US tax obligations of US persons working in the Netherlands. Due to the United States’ citizen based taxation regime, all U.S. persons, even when working and paying income tax outside of the U.S., must continue to file tax returns in the United States on an annual basis. Getting an insight on the basic US tax obligations of your US assignees is therefore important for every global mobility specialist.

Noa Rawlinson, Certified Public Accountant (U.S.) specializing in preparing U.S. tax returns in the Netherlands and Henk Amorison, partner of Hillbrook Expatriate Tax solutions, are your hosts for this FEM Event.

Thursday, 21 June, 2018
14.30 - 18.00

Amstelpark 1, Europaboulevard, 1083 HZ Amsterdam, Nederland


  • Complimentary to Corporate HR or Corporate Mobility resources that are involved in the administration of their company’s mobility program. 
  • €120 fee for global mobility suppliers, per person, assuming the supplier has a valid Supplier Membership of €400.

Henk Amorison

Partner Tax, Hillbrook Expatriate Tax Solutions

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