taxes in Amsterdam (from US)

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    Are you going to full-time there? Do you have an agency? Then they should have an advisor for you. If not, my experience is:
    As someone who keeps residency in GER, but citizenship in the US, I pay a tax to the US based on my 'worldwide' income. They will continue to take this from me until I give up citizenship. However, I'm a freelancer in Germany, and if I keep my income under a certain amount, I pay their smallest tax. So it evens out so far. Although this is the first year I'm filing as such, so it may blow up.

    Not sure how the Dutch do it, but I'm sure it's similar.

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