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Toelichting: Hi all, I am a New Zealander who has lived in Holland since February. Being as tough as it is to find jobs without ability in Dutch here, I've had 4 jobs over the year and earned 8100 in total. (It might be important to say that all of the jobs were casual with no deductions and the main source of income was through freelance work for a French company). My question is, since I didn't live a full year here, and I'm only on a working holiday visa (one year and non-extendable), will I have to pay national insurance premiums? I haven't had health insurance all year either (only travel insurance I bought before I came here).
I did my tax return electronically (but didn't sign it) to see what I'm likely to need to pay and it came up with nearly 600 under "te betalen inkomstenbelasting en premie volksverzekeringen" and 300 or so under "te betalen inkomensafhankelijke bijdrage zorgverzekerings wet".
It doesn't seem right that I will have to pay national insurance considering I cannot access any pension here and have not had any coverage for health care over this year. And if I am eligible for an 'arbeidskorting/heffingskorting' then at my income level, I expected there would be little to no income tax for me to pay. Does anybody know the rules?
Thanks so much.
Talk to your embasy here. Normaly you pay taxes in your own or in the country yur visiting, not in both. They should tell you how to act.