Do you have your own holiday accommodation or mobile home on Texel for more than 90 days a year? And is your main place of residence (the place where you are registered) outside of Texel? Then you have to pay commuter tax.
You will receive an invoice in August. This invoice will specify when you need to pay.
In order to view your tax assessment or file an objection, you must sign in with the digital tax service. You need DigiD for this.
If you have a holiday home or second home, you have to pay 0.3424% of the WOZ value (the real estate value) per year. The minimum amount is € 599 and the maximum amount is € 1,865.
If you have a mobile home, you will pay € 538 per year for a fixed location.
If your home or mobile home is sold during the year, the costs will remain the same. Only if the home or mobile home was available to you for less than 90 days during the year, you will not have to pay commuter tax.
What are the rules?
Commuter tax has to be paid by everyone who does not live on Texel, but has a holiday home or mobile home for themselves and their family on Texel for more than 90 days a year.
You can read the rules in the Regulations for Levying and Collecting Commuter Tax 2022.
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