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Due date and frequency of Dutch ESL returns

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Due date and frequency of Dutch ESL returns

The frequency of filing depends on whether you make IC-supplies of goods or IC-supplies of services. Monthly ECSL are due when the value of IC-supplies of goods exceeds €50,000 in the current or any of the previous quarters. If you are only supplying IC-services, you will file your ECSL on a quarterly basis.

ECSL returns may also be filed on an annual basis. In order to file ECSL returns annually, companies must submit an application to the Dutch tax authorities and meet all relevant requirements. These requirements are available in the website of the Dutch tax authoriteis.
 

Frequency of filing rules

 Period

 Frequency rules

 Monthly

 Goods: Total IC-supplies of goods in the current or  any of the previous four quarters exceeds €50,000

 Services: Not applicable.

 Quarterly

 Goods: Total IC-supplies of goods in the current or  any of the previous four quarters is below €50,000

 Services: Standard reporting period.

 Annual – Simplified  ESCL

 Upon request to the tax authorities.

More information about the frequency of filing ECSL returns is available in English at the tax authorities’ website:

The acquisitions are not taken into account when calculating the thresholds for the frequency of filing Dutch ECSL returns.
 

Due date rules

The ECSL return must be submitted together with the VAT return. The due date depends on whether the company is established or not established in the Netherlands.
 

 Period

 Due dates for online filing

 Monthly

 Not established: Last working day of the second month following  the reporting period.

 Established: Last working day of the month following the  reporting period.

 Quarterly

 Not established: Last working day of the second month following  the reporting period.

 Established: Last working day of the month following the  reporting period.

 Annually

 To be agreed individually with the Dutch tax authorities.