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IMPORTANT: Check your eligibility for 30% ruling

An important element is meeting the continued salary requirements

Once the 30% ruling has been obtained, it is important to continue to meet the requirements of the ruling on an ongoing basis.

An important element in this respect is meeting the continued salary requirements under the ruling: failing to meet the requirements leads to loosing the benefits of the 30% ruling retroactively to the beginning of the calendar year.


Therefore, at year end, we recommend to have a payroll review to ensure that beneficiaries under the ruling earn a minimum annual taxable wage of EUR 38,347.


Some exceptions may apply to this salary requirement. The most important of these is an exception for employees that have not reached the age of 30 yet. As long as they are below the age of 30, a minimum annual taxable wage is required of EUR 29,149, provided they have a Dutch masters degree, or a foreign masters degree that is equivalent to a Dutch masters degree.  


Contact us for your yearly(2020) 30% ruling checkup

We can help you to review your 30% ruling status to make sure that you are not missing any of the key requirements to be eligible.

Want to know more, Read here about 30% ruling

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