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Startende freelancer. Track this topic. Thread poster: Izabela Czartoryska. Apr 20, Beste collegas I apologize for writing here in English but my Dutch is very bad and I don't know where else to ask

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Startende freelancer. Track this topic. Thread poster: Izabela Czartoryska. Apr 20, Beste collegas I apologize for writing here in English but my Dutch is very bad and I don't know where else to ask Please direct me elsewhere ifd you know a more suitable place for my question. I just moved to Holland ha! I plan to continue my freelancing job in my language pairs but living now in your country See more. Beste collegas I apologize for writing here in English but my Dutch is very bad and I don't know where else to ask I plan to continue my freelancing job in my language pairs but living now in your country and so I need to register myself in de Belastingdiens and I'd like to ask you about the legal form that is best for a person who is just starting on the market here.

So far I understood from a few Dutch friends who are not freelancers that there are options like onderneming - 'eenmanszaak' or 'zzp', and I heard there are 4 types of 'zzp' but I have no clue about the differences between them.

My question is - what form do most of you use and what Would you advice to a 'beginner' however I will continue to work with my current clients but oficially I am just beginning because of moving to a new country. Subject: Comment: The contents of this post will automatically be included in the ticket generated.

Please add any additional comments or explanation optional. If you are working by yourself, on your own, eenmanszaak is probably the cheapest way to start. More details can be found on More details can be found on www.

I'm not an expert on your situation, but I thought I'd just write down some things I can think of that may be of interest to you. I assume you don't have Dutch nationality yet, which may complicate matters more. I don't know if you can even start a business without a Burger Service Number. You should ask an Immigration expert about this. You should at least talk to the Kamer van Koophandel Chamber of Com Hi Izabela, welcome to the Netherlands! You should at least talk to the Kamer van Koophandel Chamber of Commerce in your region, because you must be registered there anyway.

That is a paid registration, I don't know how much it costs in your region. The KvK is organised regionally. They also have a section in English on their site. As a translator, you perform services - diensten. So you are a 'dienstverlener'. As for taxes, if you are registered here, in other words, you live in the Netherlands officially, you are supposed to pay your taxes here. Whatever form your business takes, you will need to charge and keep an administration of VAT for customers within the Netherlands.

As long as you haven't sorted out what your situation is exactly, I recommend saving as much money as you can, until you know exactly how much tax you are supposed to pay. Keep a good administration of whatever you do, businesswise. If anything goes wrong, it is important to show that you were, to the best of your knowledge, 'acting in good faith'.

Don't worry too much, though. Just keep copies of receipts and invoices, even in a shoebox is alright, as long as you keep them and don't throw them away. Once you know what is expected of your administration under the Dutch system, you can archive them where they belong. After some research, you will probably begin to have some idea of how it all works. Calling the Belastingdienst can be time-consuming and confusing - you need to have someone who is willing to take some time to sit down with you and go through it all thoroughly.

Good luck! KVK also does belastingnummer Apr 21, Margreet Logmans wrote: You should at least talk to the Kamer van Koophandel Chamber of Commerce in your region, because you must be registered there anyway.

That's an improvement! Apr 21, Wilmer Brouwer wrote: I registered with the KVK last year and they now have a new system that also completes your registration with the belastingdienst in one go so you don't have to register anywhere else. I don't know if this also works for foreigners, but it took me only ten minutes in the office to get everything going. Not as easy as in the UK one phone call but still not bad.

Absolutely Apr 22, Margreet Logmans wrote: Wilmer Brouwer wrote: I registered with the KVK last year and they now have a new system that also completes your registration with the belastingdienst in one go so you don't have to register anywhere else.

Registration Kamer not for freelancers Apr 24, Margreet Logmans wrote: You should at least talk to the Kamer van Koophandel Chamber of Commerce in your region, because you must be registered there anyway. Vanaf 1 juli geldt dit ook als zij een vrij beroep uitoefenen. I don't really understand whether or not this is different for newly started after Sept.

Have a nice weekend! Thank you Apr 24, Thank you very much to everyone for your helpful information. I'm sorry to respond so late, upon moving to a new place I have to wait for internet installation for 4 weeks So I don't have access too often these days.

I didn't realize that I have to register also with KvK and even less that they can also do all the registration with the belastingdienst on my behalf. In this situation I'm going to pay them a visit. I greatly appreciate all your comments and I' Thank you very much to everyone for your helpful information. I greatly appreciate all your comments and I'm sorry to write so short only now. Thanks a lot again! Most Recent Posts. Technical forums. Non-English forums.

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