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|Dutch to English translations [Non-PRO]|
Bus/Financial - Law: Taxation & Customs
|Dutch term or phrase: omzetbelastingnummer, loonheffingennummer|
These two numbers need to be filled in in a tax form in order to register a new business in the Netherlands.
I can find plenty of definitions for them, but no translations...
Does anyone have any ideas?
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Payroll Tax Number
loonheffingennummer Translates To : Payroll Tax Number
In line with the Dutch Tax Department's used terminology and specifically
to differentiate between individual entities (= private persons ) who pay
tax and the corporate tax entities required to withhold certain taxes , the
term I use is Payroll Tax Number .
This describes exactly what is being meant here , the number by which ,
the corporate entity ( Agency / Organization etc. ) lawfully required to
withhold certain taxes from the private persons (= who may or may not be
employees ) it pays salary / wages to , is known by the Dutch Tax
The Dutch Social Insurance Bank also refers to this Payroll Tax Number
on their form : A1/(E)101 certificate concerning applicable social insurance
legislation (pdf, 406 kB) .
Click on this link after the first web reference .
Second web reference : English Glossary Dutch Tax Department
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