Wednesday , December 6 2023

Entrepreneurs can file their General Expenditure Tax (ABB) and Payroll taxes (LH) online – Update

As of now entrepreneurs can file their General Expenditure Tax (ABB) and Payroll taxes (LH) online  The Belastingdienst/CN has now digitised this tax return process and this has some major advantages for entrepreneurs.

Simpler process

The process is simpler, quicker and less prone to errors both for  the entrepreneurs and for the Belastingdienst. For the entrepreneurs a digital archive will be managed as well. Besides it is no longer necessary to come to the tax office for a stamp, or to file the tax return by mail. Digital filing will do.


Entrepreneurs can authorise their tax advisor and then they can both monitor the progress of (already filed) tax returns. They can also indicate if they wish  to file their ABB/LH  and make payments monthly, quarterly or annually going forward. The Belastingdienst should receive tax declarations and payments within 15 days after the expiration date of the time period.


Should there be any questions, entrepreneurs can contact the helpdesk of the Belastingdienst/CN by telephone + 599 7158545. This is possible from Monday to Thursday from  8 AM till 12 noon and from 2 PM till 4 PM and on Friday from 8 AM till 12 noon. It is also possible to send an e-mail to


Update: Where can entrepreneurs file their General Expenditure Tax (ABB) and Payroll taxes (LH) online?

B/CN received this important and valid question from many enthusiastic and alert entrepreneurs, on the former press release  about the possibility for entrepreneurs to file their ABB/LH (General spending tax and payroll tax) online. Unfortunately it was not mentioned where entrepreneurs can file  this tax return.

How can you file your tax return?

The login page for ABB/LH is::

For information about filing these tax returns:


B/CN hopes that many entrepreneurs will make use of this self-service portal and thanks the entrepreneurs for their feedback.

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