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After tax salary

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After tax salary

Post Posted: Tue Jul 18, 2006 3:42 pm

Hi,

We are planning to move to Amsterdam on a new job. My husband has been offered a salary of 44000 Euro with all the additional payments. But, I don't have any idea about how much money we will receive after tax and national insurance deductions. Following is a summery of our situation. If somebody can give us a very rough idea of the income, much appreciated.

1. We have two children
2. We will have 30% ruling
3. Elder son will attend international school (300 Euro/month) - this is deductible on top of 30% ruling -- correct me if wrong.
4. I will not work.

Thanks a bunch in advance  

becky2005
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Re: After tax salary

Post Posted: Sun Aug 27, 2006 10:19 pm

we think that you will pay 42% tax not 30% , 44k isn't too bad, but then amsterdam is more expensive than the rest of the country.

 

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Re: After tax salary

Post Posted: Mon Oct 23, 2006 12:27 am

the 30% rule means that you don´t pay income tax of the first 30% of your income which adds up (including that you don´t end up on the highest tax level) in quite a bit more than the usual Dutch would earn.
So, salary sounds okay. Housing in Amsterdam may be a worry, though.

 

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