Income abroad

Do I have to file a tax return if I worked in Luxembourg?

Under certain conditions non-residents can be treated as subject to unlimited income tax in foreign countries.

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If you have worked in Italy and need now to submit your tax return, be advised that there are some changes regarding the fiscal obligations as well: in other words, it means that the deadline to submit tax returns is postponed.

Under certain conditions, people who live abroad and largely generate their income in Germany can be treated as subject to unlimited income tax in Germany.

You might have returned from Italy where you worked during the past year. You might have heard that there is an option to receive some taxes back from Italy. Let us clarify what the options are.

A 50% tax relief, so-called “Lavoratori impatriati” was introduced for individuals a few years ago, performing their working activity with a permanent residency in Italy. Thanks to this tax allowance, taxpayers were able to pay a progressive income tax on 50% of their income.

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?”

What does it mean to be a resident in a foreign country?

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: