Cross-border workers: the financial implications of working from home

 

Cross-border workers: the financial implications of working from home

This is an excerpt of an article that was originally published on DutchReview

This past year has seen many of us move from working at the office, to working from home.

While for some, this move has meant a significantly reduced commute (and comfier work attire), for cross-border workers and their employers  there can be some significant implications — especially when it comes to tax and social security. 

In this article, we run through the potential implications of the coronavirus pandemic on both resident and non-resident cross-border workers in the Netherlands and their employers. We cover everything from tax implications, to the 30%-ruling, the 183-day rule and social security.

But no need to get overwhelmed, pull up a chair, summon your best can-do attitude, and let’s talk cross-border workers during coronavirus

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