M-form Netherlands – M-biljet – Migration tax return
For the year in which you moved to or from the Netherlands, you will receive from the Dutch tax authorities an invitation to file a M-form Netherlands (Dutch migration tax return) which is only in Dutch available. The m-form combines a foreign period with a resident period and can be quite complicated. The M-form Netherlands is used when you need to file for the first year or last year an income come tax return (migration year) and can only be declared in hardcopy. Our experience is that in most cases (95%) the Dutch M-form shows a tax refund.
M-form Netherlands – working temporarily
Also people who work temporarily in the Netherlands must file a migration tax return if they enter and leave the Netherlands. There are various ways to work temporarily, such as via payment employment with a Dutch employer, a secondment arrangement, or as a self-employed entrepreneur.
MFFA Tax Advice prepares several hunderds of M-forms / tax returns every year so we are well known with all kinds of situations expats can face.
M-form Netherlands – frequently asked questions:
Please find below frequently asked questions about filing and submitting a M-form / m-biljet:
More info about the services of MFFA Tax Advice?
MFFA Tax Advice can assist you with:
- Expat taxation in the Netherlands
- File tax declaration in the Netherlands and the US (jointly)
- Application 30% ruling
- Wage tax / compliance in the Netherlands
You can contact us through our contact form or call +31 (0)85 00 30140.