September 14, 2006 7:47:23 PM CEST
I am English and have worked on Dutch permanent contracts and lived and paid tax on my Euro salary here for 10 years, I have a mortgage and done all the correct tax returns etc and I get tax back (monthly) against my mortgage.
I have a final interview with an employer from the UK for a position paying in GBP. The employer is also unsure of the rules since it’s a new venture for them but they are willing to pay my medical insurance however does anyone know how other things will be impacted?
-How will it affect my tax situation? Will I have to do Dutch and English returns (I have not lived or worked in UK since 1991)?
-If I am not paying tax here how can I balance my books in regard to the tax refund I receive monthly here against my house mortgage if I would no longer have to pay NL tax?
-How will it change me in the eyes of the Dutch government?
Obviously pensions, holiday money, travel to work expenses and health insurance are other questions that need addressing.
-Any other things I should consider?