An evaluation of the rules for work-related costs (werkkostenregeling—WKR) as required under the “2015 Tax Plan” concerns the provision or reimbursement of costs for tools, computers, and means of mobile communication.
The Deputy Minister of Finance in March 2018 sent the evaluation on the WKR and the government’s response to the Lower House. Among the findings of the evaluation are considerations of:
No major changes to the WKR are proposed for the foreseeable future. Discussions, however, could focus on simplifying the rules, such as:
Read a March 2018 report prepared by the KPMG member firm in the Netherlands
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