I don't have any income except my salary and the taxes automatically deducted from it every month. Do I still need to declare my taxes every year ?

closed as off-topic by Scott Earle, Dipen Shah, ouflak, Martin Bonner, Giorgio Apr 5 at 18:12

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  • "This question does not appear to be about expatriates, within the scope defined in the help center." – Scott Earle, Dipen Shah, ouflak, Martin Bonner, Giorgio
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  • This question does not appear to have anything specific about being an ex-patriate. It applies equally well to a Dutch citizen living in the Netherlands. As such, I am afraid it is off-topic. – Martin Bonner Mar 22 at 8:25
  • @MartinBonner: 1. It's a problem expatriates face. 2. Maybe the situation is different for expats w.r.t. reporting income. – einpoklum Apr 3 at 8:01
  • @einpoklum "A problem expatriates face" is not sufficient to make it on-topic. If the OP had overseas income, then it might well be on topic; however they only have salary. – Martin Bonner Apr 3 at 16:30
  • Specifically "General questions about living in a country, which would similarly apply to a local citizen" are described in the help centre as off-topic. – Martin Bonner Apr 3 at 16:33

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