Pretty simple question - but I have read conflicting pieces saying in some cases capital gains is 0% in Netherlands and other places that it is 25%.
Can anyone share details on the rate of capital gains in the Netherlands for an individual? (in this case for stocks). I am a resident of Netherlands and live and work here.
Edit: To complicate this a bit further, I have the Dutch 30% Ruling and am reading that I can opt for partial non-residency status
Consequences for income tax: If you opt for partial non-resident taxpayer status, your taxable income from a substantial interest (box 2) and your taxable income from savings and investments (box 3) will, for income tax purposes, be determined according to the regulations that apply to non-resident taxpayer status. In practice, this means that, for these boxes, tax is levied on a lower amount. As a result, you pay less tax.
I am now trying to understand how this will effect it.