Provisional assessment 2012
You can receive an assessment for income tax, national insurance contributions and an income-dependent contribution pursuant to the Healthcare Insurance Act. An assessment is a notification from the Tax Administration informing you of the amount of tax you must pay or will be refunded.
Your provisional assessment 2012: how does it work?
You can receive an assessment for income tax, national insurance contributions and an income-dependent contribution pursuant to the Healthcare Insurance Act.
Applying for a provisional assessment
You apply for a provisional assessment using the provisional assessment 2012 program.
Why do you receive a provisional assessment?
You receive a provisional assessment in the current year when you are to be refunded or must pay tax or after the end of the relevant year on the basis of your return.
Will you be refunded or must you pay tax?
When do you receive a tax refund and when must you pay?
Into which account will my provisional assessment be refunded?
Payment into a Dutch bank account or Payment into a bank account outside the Netherlands
How do you pay your provisional assessment?
When you apply for or change your provisional assessment then you receive a (new) provisional assessment within 6 weeks.
Do you disagree with your provisional assessment?
Do you disagree with your provisional assessment? If so, notify us of your changes. We will adjust your provisional assessment as soon as possible.
Where can you get more information?
Do you have any questions about your provisional assessment? If so, call the Tax Information Line Non-resident Tax Issues.