You work in Germany and when filing your tax return you don’t know the answer to the key question:
“Am I or am I not a tax resident of Germany?”
A resident is a taxpayer with unlimited tax liability.
EHP is a document, that the Dutch tax office requests to declare your income which is not taxed in the Netherlands. This means, that you have to confirm that you had or had not income in other country (such as in your home country).
You can fill out the form in 2 simple steps online and from the comfort of your home. In order to file you will need your income confirmation from your employer:
If you are employed in Great Britain there is a good chance you are eligible for a tax refund. What kind of documents do you need for that?
How to make sense of the british tax system?
Do you work in Austria and are unable to grasp their tax system? Should you file a tax return? How would you do it? What do you need for it?
If you are employed in Austria chances are that you are entitled to a tax refund. What documents do you need for that?
Form L16, also known as Lohnzettel in Austria. What is it for and what does it consist of? What should I do if my employer refuses to release it?
This confirmation of European Tax Status for the given tax year is issued by the tax office in your country, the place being dependent on your permanent residence. You must request the form E9 with the condition being a filed tax return for the given year.
You work in Austria and when filing your tax return you don’t know the answer to the key question: “Am I or am I not a tax resident of Austria?”
What documents do you have to send order to be considered an austrian tax resident?