February 21, 2011 5:00:36 PM CET
during a job interview with a Dutch employer, they said
they would try to employ me under the "30% rulling".
It is highly propable I will not be hired by the certain company, but I would like to be ready for a similar talk in the future.
I asked if this type of contract has any benefit for the employer, and they replied, that no. 30% or not, they will have to pay the same money.
It only makes a difference for the employee. (really ? ...)
I know what is the "30% rulling" in the Netherlands, I've read many information, and faq's like this onehttp://www.taxpat.com/en/F.A.Q.-s/Question...ds-Tax-Benefit-
But most of this info seems to be addressed to US, or British executives, with high salaries, that regard their post in Holland as a temporary step in their carreer.
my own plans are
1. to find a job, and rent house/appartment/whatever I can afford
2. register as a permanent resident
3. to learn Dutch as quickly as possible
4. to register my children in a public Dutch school (not an international one). both are under 5 years old.
... keep myself healthy and alive
5. in the future, if all the above are going well, maybe apply for Dutch citizenship.
or, try to buy a home, with a loan.
If i am paid under the 30% rulling, will I have a problem with my plans?
Will I be considered a "legal, permanent resident" for the X years required for naturalisation counting from the start of my registration ?
Will I have any problem with asking for a bank loan?
Can I register (myself, or a family member/children) in the waiting list for the "affordable rents" (Municipal housing), while paid under the "30%" ?