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Working overseas as a UK freelancer

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by SteveErrey, Apr 12, 2010.

  1. SteveErrey

    SteveErrey New Member


    I have an opportunity to work with a major company in my industry based in Amsterdam for 6 months. I have a Ltd company here in the UK and while they're keen to get me on a pro-rata salary I think I'd rather keep invoicing from my Ltd company based on my daily rate.

    I have no idea what the tax implications are here - am I obliged to pay Dutch taxes if I'm living and working there, and if so what happens with the revenue generated into my Ltd company?

    Anyone with any experience or who can point me in the right direction is very much appreciated.

  2. jvmills

    jvmills New Member

    If you live and work in Holland then yes you'll have to pay Dutch taxes.

    I worked for a year in Spain and had to register under their social security and tax system to be properly legal. Of course there's always off the books work which has its pros and cons...
  3. Hidalgof

    Hidalgof New Member

    Working from UK to Spain


    I'm newby in this foro and in the issue of to be a freelance.

    Right now I'm working in Spain but I'm going to live to UK in few months. Then I would like to continue working for Spain from UK (remote mode) and also work for UK clients.

    It's possible?
    I must to be registered in each country?
    How I must to do bills for Spanish companies?

    Any help is welcomed!
  4. Lupita

    Lupita Member

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