Approximately 410,000 Dutch do not tax digital




Approximately 410,000 people submit taxes on paper, according to figures from the Financial Secretary. Of these, 260,000 are younger than 67 years. This means that almost everyone do on digital declaration.

Total does 96 percent of the people who fill out a tax return that digital, writes Eric Wiebe Secretary of Finance in reply to parliamentary questions. The paper returns 150,000 people older than 67 years.

According Wiebe is the number of people asking for help with digital declaration not higher or lower than among people who do it on paper. About 62 percent of all people who requests a declaration to help where they get help from a family member or friend in a third of cases. “The number of people, with or without help, not digital can or wants to report, is very limited,” concludes Wiebe.

Although it remains declare on paper and correspond with the tax on paper provisionally possible. Well Wiebe put the plans to allow all Internet communication, allowing people who only want to communicate digitally with the tax authorities can do that. That broad online communication capability should be in 2017


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