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    Untaxed homeworking allowance

    The outgoing cabinet of the Dutch government has published a list of measures expected to be included in the Tax Plan for 2022. One of those measures is making a homeworking allowance (i.e. an allowance paid to employees working from home to cover additional expenses) tax-exempt.

    Work-related Expense Scheme

    On, you can find an overview (in Dutch) of all measures to be included in the Tax Plan for 2022; to be officially announced on September 21. Important to know is the fact that these measures are not yet definitive, meaning changes may still be made if required. It doesn’t strike us as a surprise that an untaxed homeworking allowance is one of the measures included. Earlier this year, the cabinet already stated it would look into whether this was possible or not. The allowance is to be made tax-exempt on the basis of the ‘Werkkostenregeling’ (Work-related Expense Scheme). However, the exact details as well as the applicable rules and requirements for eligibility are yet to be determined.

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