Den Haag

Tax Analyst (People Services)


Dutch Masters’ degree in Tax Law or Tax Economics


You are a fresh graduate or starting tax advisor (still in the NOB-track). You want to experience the people services tax-workfield ‘for real’ and you are keen to learn and develop yourself. You enjoy working autonomously and want to unfold your commercial side. You find vocation in taxes, and want to work ‘in close quarters’ with an academically driven team. You can handle surroundings in which the flight manual may not yet cover all events, and can accept that overhead-light sometimes means self-action-heavy. However, in the context of autonomy, that is exactly what you expected. Furthermore, you are internationally oriented with an entrepreneurial mindset and in short: you can’t wait to get started!

In brief, this is what you will do:

  • Payroll tax, global mobility and immigration advice
  • Enthusiastically be the advisor for companies from ‘entry to unicorn’ and be their contact, in good and bad times
  • Work with the team to prepare tax-returns, compile immigration applications and 30% rulings ‘to perfection’, submit them and if necessary defend them in objection and appeal.



Dutch Masters’ degree in Tax Law or Tax Economics


Preferably, you have done traineeships at one or multiple offices.


1.400 billable hours



(Total package: €4.000)

Couple extra’s
  • 10% add on for travel and commute
  • 10% add on for pensions
  • 8% holiday allowance
  • Unlimited holidays
  • Bonus scheme based on cash practice performance
  • Shares in our 15% Virtual Stock Pool
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