You will inevitably have to deal with some Dutch legal and financial matters, now that you are living in the Netherlands. The articles on this page will explain what you might encounter, and take you through whatever action is required.

There are many different types of ‘Dutch Insurance’ in the Netherlands. Some are obligatory, others you are strongly advised to have. Here you can look over the various kinds of insurance you may need, and discover how to organise them. If you have come to the Netherlands for work, it is likely that you will need ‘Double social insurance’. Please read our article that outlines the legislation surrounding it.

It is also crucial to understand the legal and financial matters concerning tax. Find out which kinds of ‘Dutch taxes’ are applicable to you, based on your personal and financial circumstances. If you have been recruited to come to the Netherlands from your home country, or posted here by your employer, you could be eligible for the ‘Dutch 30% ruling tax facility’. Read on to find out about the slightly different rules that will apply to you in this scenario.

Regardless of your situation, you will need to know how to manage your general ‘money matters in the Netherlands’. You will find an overview of how to access, bank and spend your Euros in the section below.

Finally, there is always the chance that you might run into ‘legal problems in the Netherlands’. Do not panic if this happens, just read our article! It will guide you through what to expect, and what kinds of help and legal advice are available to you.

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