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FAQ

CAO stands for Collective Labor Agreement. If you use the Payroll Umbrella Services of Payingit International, the NBBU is applicable on every Dutch employment agreement.

Yes, there is. The so called StiPP pension is applicable on the employment with Payingit International of your candidate.  This pension is applicable from the age of 21 after 26 weeks of employment. After 26 weeks, only an employer part is applicable. After 78 weeks of employment, the Plus-pension is applicable. This has an employer and an employee part.

You will receive your invoice in the first week of the month. The standard term of payment is 14 days.

If we arrange the knowledge migrant application for your candidate, the IND fees will be charged by the IND to us because we are a recognized sponsor. The IND fees will be charged on the first invoice to you as the hirer. The current IND fee can be found on the IND website: IND fees.

Payingit International can register you as a foreign company with the tax authority without a permanent establishment. As part of our International Payroll Services, we take care of this on your behalf.

Payingit International can act as your recognized sponsor with the IND. Under this arrangement, you can employ someone from outside the EU in just a few weeks.

If your company chooses to become a recognized sponsor,  we can introduce you to our partner in this matter. The application will take some weeks, during which time Payingit International can act as your sponsor—that means your candidate can work during the application process.

The 30% ruling is a Dutch tax facility aimed at attracting foreign employees with specific skills or expertise to the Netherlands, subject to certain conditions. When the necessary conditions are met, the employer can grant a tax-free allowance equivalent to 30% of the gross salary subject to Dutch payroll tax.