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By: Itecs  05/12/2011
Keywords: Work Permit, Biometric Data

Key Benefits

It is important to know that your finances are being managed properly. Not only do we maximise your potential income through the most tax efficient and compliant solutions on the market, we also provide you with the transparency that you require for peace of mind and a high level of service before, during and after your contract.

Compliancy

You and your agency will be provided with all the necessary documentation to show compliancy throughout. Monthly payslips, end of year tax statements, annual tax declarations, quarterly compliancy letters and E101 certificates are all provided where applicable.

Personal Service

You will be assigned to your own personal Customer Care Executive who will be available to answer any queries and provide advice on settling in to your new environment.  If you will be working in Belgium or The Netherlands, you will be met within a week of starting your contract to assist in paperwork, local registration advice or any other matters you may wish to discuss in person.

Maximising your net income

One low fixed monthly fee.

No fees as a percentage of salary or extra charging for declarations.

Our extensive knowledge of administering tax deductible expenses and the latest taxation legislation means that we can provide you with the best available retention possible.

Latest news

 Working in the European Economic Area

 ITECS In Focus NORWAY Feature

The salary requirement has increased for those who require a work permit (KMR) in The Netherlands.

As of 19 December 2009, inhabitants of Serbia, Montenegro, and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) who hold passports with biometric data will no longer be subject to the visa requirement for a stay in the Netherlands.

Dutch government increases KMR salary requirements.

Keywords: Biometric Data, Work Permit,

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As of 19 December 2009, inhabitants of Serbia, Montenegro, and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia who hold passports with biometric data will no longer be subject to the visa requirement for a stay in the Netherlands. The salary requirement has increased for those who require a work permit in The Netherlands. ITECS In Focus NORWAY Feature.