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Accountancy  Econometrics  Economics  Finance  Information Management  Business Adminstration  Fiscal Economics  Psychology  Social Sciences 

About Rijksoverheid

Belastingdienst:

The Tax and Customs Administration is the largest employer of accountants and tax professionals in the Netherlands. Hundreds of auditors conduct thousands of fiscal audits annually. These can be office audits, but also book audits or business audits. The work of our tax professionals is often an extension of societal and political developments. This makes their work intrinsically unique.

As a tax professional or accountant, your work really matters and you contribute to a financially healthy Netherlands.

Depending on your experience, you can work at the Directorate of Private Individuals, the Directorate of Small and Medium Businesses, or the Directorate of Large Enterprises.

As a tax professional you can work as a handler of objections and appeals, or as a receiver (tax collection). As an accountant, you can work as an auditor or tax / control specialist, but also as a team manager or client coordinator.

Curious about your possibilities as a tax professional or accountant at the Tax and Customs Administration? Visit werken.belastingdienst.nl.

What is the Ministry of Finance?

The Ministry of Finance guards the national treasury and works towards ensuring the Netherlands is financially healthy and prosperous. The Ministry of Finance oversees the responsible and effective spending of government resources, makes rules to ensure a stable financial system and oversees the quality of financial institutions. The Ministry of Finance also works on equitable and solid tax legislation. The Dutch Tax Administration, part of the Ministry of Finance, levies and collects taxes.

What do we do?

We guard the national treasury and work to ensure the Netherlands is financially healthy.

We work to ensure good financial management for the Netherlands. We collect taxes based on solid tax regulations. We oversee an effective spending of government resources. We make rules to promote the smooth operation of the financial system. We work to establish a strong economic structure that is anchored in an economically and financially healthy Europe.

Contact information

  • Korte Voorhout 7, 2511 CW The Hague
  • www.werkenvoornederland.nl

Key figures

  • Amount of employees in The Netherlands: 28,000 / 2,400
  • Amount of employees worldwide: 28,000 / 2,400
  • Location headquarters The Netherlands: The Hague
  • Active in countries: 1
  • Amount of academics starting per year: 50 trainees
  • Amount of available internships per year: 60
  • Percentage of employed academics: > 50


24th April 2020

CANCELLED: Belastingdienst Company Presentation Rijksoverheid

The Tax and Customs Administration is the largest employer of accountants and tax professionals in the Netherlands. Hundreds of auditors conduct thousands of fiscal audits annually. These can be office audits, but also book audits or business audits. The work of our tax professionals is often an extension of societal and political developments. This makes their work intrinsically unique. As a tax professional or accountant, your work really matters and you contribute to a financially healthy Netherlands.

Depending on your experience, you can work at the Directorate of Private Individuals, the Directorate of Small and Medium Businesses, or the Directorate of Large Enterprises. As a tax professional you can work as a handler of objections and appeals, or as a receiver (tax collection). As an accountant, you can work as an auditor or tax / control specialist, but also as a team manager or client coordinator. Curious about your possibilities as a tax professional or accountant at the Tax and Customs Administration? Visit werken.belastingdienst.nl.


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Company Days - Company Presentation

Subscription: Open subscription

Language: Dutch


Date: 24-04-2020

Time: 11:15 - 12:15

Location: Cube 214


Dress code: Business Casual


Areas of interest:
Accountancy  Econometrics  Information Management  Business Adminstration  Fiscal Economics 

Ministerie van Financiën Online Company Presentation Rijksoverheid

What is the Ministry of Finance?

The Ministry of Finance guards the national treasury and works towards ensuring the Netherlands is financially healthy and prosperous. The Ministry of Finance oversees the responsible and effective spending of government resources, makes rules to ensure a stable financial system and oversees the quality of financial institutions. The Ministry of Finance also works on equitable and solid tax legislation. The Dutch Tax Administration, part of the Ministry of Finance, levies and collects taxes.

What do we do?

We guard the national treasury and work to ensure the Netherlands is financially healthy.

We work to ensure good financial management for the Netherlands. We collect taxes based on solid tax regulations. We oversee an effective spending of government resources. We make rules to promote the smooth operation of the financial system. We work to establish a strong economic structure that is anchored in an economically and financially healthy Europe.

Registration

Company


Activity information

Company Days - Company Presentation

Subscription: Open subscription

Language: Dutch


Date: 24-04-2020

Time: 12:45 - 13:45

Location:


Dress code: Business Casual


Areas of interest:
Econometrics  Economics  Finance  Information Management  Business Adminstration  Fiscal Economics  Social Sciences 

Belastingdienst Individual Conversations Rijksoverheid

Do you personally want to get in touch with Belastingdienst or do you want to know more about the possibility to do an internship or traineeship at Belastingdienst? In these Individual Conversations, you have 25 minutes one on one with the recruiter of Belastingdienst to discuss all the possible opportunities! 

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Company Days - Individual Conversations

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Language: Dutch


Date: 24-04-2020

Time: 13:45 - 17:30

Location: Cube 103


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Dress code: Business Attire


Areas of interest:
Accountancy  Econometrics  Information Management  Business Adminstration  Fiscal Economics