Crisis levy but a little too much for the good.
In connection with the crisis, the government has introduced an additional (pseudo) final levy for employees and DGAs who receive a high income. Your company must pay a final levy of 16 percent on wages that exceed 150,000 euros in 2012. You must pay the final levy on the amount above 150,000 euros. The moment of payment for this crisis levy is 31 March 2013. This is a temporary measure but temporarily appears to be a temporary promise. In the autumn of 2013, it will be checked whether this crisis levy must also apply for 2013. So take this crazy tax measure for future rewards into account. A nice example of Tax-Planning.TIP for the DGA: reduce your income and pay more dividend if possible.For employees are also solutions to invent but these are more complex.Will you know more please contact us.Nu we know that the 2013 crisis levy has also continued (levy in 2014 for 2013) and that several lawsuits have already been filed. Unfortunately, litigating 9 out of 10 times is an energy and money-consuming activity. On 5 February 2015, a number of judgments were published by the District Court of The Hague in one of the crisis levy proceedings for the year 2013. In these assessments, at the request of stakeholder (s), the court took into account the situation as if there were only one employer is with multiple parts. The District Court ruled that at group level no crisis of 2013 is an “excessive burden”. See pronunciation once again with the government is never a one-off! Also take this into account in the future.