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Filing a tax return for a deceased person

We provide tax advice to next of kin, heirs and executors and prepare tax returns after death

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Niek Pilgram
Niek Pilgram

tax advisor
+31 (0)35 628 57 53
niek@habermehl.tax

Tax returns of a deceased person properly arranged

Filing a tax return for a deceased person is difficult. That is why many people call in help. Do you lack the right fiscal knowledge or time? You can rely on our services to provide you with tax benefits and peace of mind.

These are our promises to you

You receive an explanation in clear language

Taxes after death, when to file a tax return?

Next of kin are confronted with various taxes after the death of a loved one: the Tax Authorities expect an income tax return (F-form) and a inheritance tax return. The best sequence to follow differs from situation to situation. We will find out for you, monitor the deadlines and, where necessary, request an extension in order to avoid extra costs.

F-form to be filled in digitally

The Tax Authorities send next of kin a paper F-form. Would you like to file the tax return for a deceased person online? This is possible through us, because we as intermediary have the necessary tax return software at our disposal (no DigiD required). If you engage us, then our tax specialists will also look at ways to save tax.

Tax return deceased partner

If there is a fiscal partnership, then you have 2 choices for the income tax return:

We have access to online tools. This enables us to calculate for you which option is the most favourable. This way you avoid paying too much tax.

The deceased had a business, private company or lived abroad

Did the loved one for whom a declaration must be made own a business? Or did the deceased live abroad and receive income from the Netherlands or did he/she own a house in the Netherlands?

The situations described above make your income tax return extra complicated. Our tax specialists know exactly which rules and deductions apply and have a great deal of experience with complex returns.

The convenience of multiple specialties under 1 roof

In addition to the tax issues that need to be dealt with in the event of a death, there are often questions of a notarial or legal nature. You may also have to deal with the executorship. Know that our team will also support you in these areas. We have all the knowledge in-house: tax experts, lawyers, assistant accountants and a notarial lawyer.

This is how we support the tax return for a deceased person

This is how it works

Step 1
Meet
You will meet your tax consultant by phone or during an appointment at our office. Afterwards, you will receive a proposal. If you agree with the offer, then the tax consultant will get to work.
Step 1
Step 2
Choice
You will receive an e-mail with useful information and a checklist. This way, you can immediately see which information your tax consultant needs to start working on your case.
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Step 3
Reception
The tax consultant delivers the advice and/or the draft tax return before the agreed date, so that there is sufficient time to go through the documents. If you agree, the tax return is filed.
Step 3

Discover the possibilities

Imagine the peace of mind that comes from having a tax expert handle the tax returns for a deceased person. Are you looking for a specialist who gives good tax advice and prepares and submits tax returns? You can make an informal appointment by telephone or at our office. 

Facts and figures about Habermehl

Over 900 individuals and companies rely on us for tax advice
Customers rate our services with a:
4.7
out of 5 (source: Google)
Member of the Dutch Association of Tax Advisers

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