This newsletter provides detailed information about your tax return(s) for 2017. We answer questions about postponements, how to send what information, rates, deductions and our tips for the proper provision of your relevant documents. Because a smart approach to filing your returns can be a quick way to save money!
The process in six steps (see below for detailed explanation);
- We request a deferment for you;
- You provide the documents to us complete;
- The documents are registered and the preparation is scheduled;
- If there are any missing documents we will let you know;
- If the declaration is complete it will be presented for approval;
- After submission, you can usually expect a tax assessment within three months.
Please read this newsletter carefully and provide us with your data for the declaration punctually, correctly and completely. We in turn will then provide you with peace of mind in your financial affairs for yet another year to come.
Please read this newsletter carefully and make sure to send us all the necessary and accurate information for your tax returns on time and in full. Then you can leave it up to us to make sure that your financial matters for this year will also be properly taken care of.
Mitigated penalty in the event of repayment arrears primary residence debt
As of 2013, new primary residence loans are subject to an annuity repayment obligation. In certain cases, such as payment arrears, there is a temporary grace period. If insufficient repayment has taken place within the set period, the debt will be transferred to box 3, (not permanent). As soon as the debt once again meets the requirements of the primary residence debt, the debt is returned to box 1, and as of that moment the interest will become deductible.