As of 2022, RBG will maintain company data from the Trade Register of the Chamber of Commerce (KvK). Is this information incorrect? Then contact the Chamber of Commerce. The KvK will update the data in the Trade Register and automatically forward the changes to RBG. RBG automatically updates the data. This also applies to forwarding both correspondence and/or office addresses.
Government organisations are required to link company data to the data in the basic registration of the Trade Register of the Chamber of Commerce (KvK). This involves retrieving the data from the Chamber of Commerce’s Trade Register. This action will streamline the business data across government organisations. It also means that all branches are listed under the owner, just like in the Trade Register.
Paying in instalments by direct debit is possible for assessments up to €5,000. Is the assessment amount less than 5,000? Then you can continue to pay in instalments.
Does your company have multiple branches? And are you not the statutory owner? If so, RBG has linked your company data to the data in the basic registration of the Chamber of Commerce’s Trade Register. Every government organisation is required to do this. This action will streamline the business data across government organisations.
Because the data has been linked, all branches are now under the statutory owner of the company in our system. The owner will also receive the assessment for all branches starting this year. Only the owner can still view the data via My RBG. Do you still need data or have questions? Then please contact us. Our telephone number is 088 291 10 00. We are available on weekdays from 9:00 to 17:00.
The rates of the most common taxes are listed on the Rates page. The tax pages contain detailed rate descriptions. And the rates of other taxes. Go to the tax overview.
The entity receiving the tax bill also depends on the type of tax on businesses you are receiving. For many taxes, the entity listed as the user of a commercial space in the new Trade Register will receive the tax bill. For the taxes imposed on owners, the Land Registry Office is the leading source. Natural persons are ranked above legal entities. The person receiving the tax bill for municipal sufferance tax or municipal fees is registered for these taxes. All rules are set out in the implementation rules for determining the person liable for paying taxes.
The schedule is
January: Water board taxes 1 ve and 3 ve (final tax assesments)
February: Municipality taxes for Delft, Schiedam and Vlaardingen, including water board taxes.
March-June: the rest of the Water board taxes
Sometimes you receive your tax bill at a later point. For example if not all your information is in our system yet.
This is because the municipal authorities are seen as equivalent to a business relating to collection of waste from businesses. The municipal authorities are required to pay VAT to the Tax Authorities for this service. The 21% VAT rate is separately stated on your tax bill.
This is not possible. We use the data in the Land Registry Office’s system. The Land Registry Office registers the property of a or a partnership in the natural persons’ private names.
Both the owner taxes and the user taxes are sent to the owner / lessor of the building. The owner receives the tax bill only if renting rooms. This is the case if the tenants are sharing the sanitary facilities. This could include the shower, toilet and kitchen. If you are the owner of the home and renting rooms is not an option in this building, then you can submit an objection via My RBG. Please list the tenants of the building. We will then send the tax bill to the tenants.
The RBG may designate the following persons as the owner:
A person who owns the property, or a person with a legal right. This may include usufruct, right of use and residence, building right, leasehold and apartment right.
Please return the tax bill. Write ‘return to sender / onbestelbaar retour’ on the envelope. Postage is not necessary. On the envelope, state the name of the new owner / user and the effective date. Do you know the new address of the previous user/owner? Please also write this on the envelope.
This depends on many factors:
Owner of the company building or not.
If owner, the value of the company building.
Type of company (type of waste water).
Assets on, above or under the water board or municipal land, or not
No. We need to make sure that the tax bill is received in time. Email delivery is not sufficiently reliable for this purpose.
Unfortunately, this is not yet possible for legal entities. However, you can view your tax bill via My RBG
The final details of the tax basis are not available until after the closing date of the tax year. Also, a completeness check may show that no tax bill was imposed for some addresses.
It is unfortunate that you are confronted with this bill in arrears. However, the costs were incurred. The legislation offers the option of imposing the tax bill retro-actively.
Do you want to pay your tax bill in instalments? Check the payment page for more information.
This may be based on several reasons.
First you receive a preliminary tax bill. After the final details are available, you will receive a final tax bill.
You have more than one subsidiary or branch office. The tax bill concerns more than one address.
The tax bill is for a different year.
You own the building and your company is also located in the building.
You have received the tax bill for this tax year for the owner of the building first. The final details of the tax basis are not available until after the closing date of the tax year. This is why you receive this tax bill after year-end.