How it works
- Our document verification
- Contract or extension
- Compliance with legislation & regulations
- Invoice processing
Does your company ever hire professionals externally? If so, having an experienced partner to support you with the administrative processes involved can be a real help; a partner who relieves you of the burden with an efficiently managed process, who complies with legislation and regulations and who eliminates your risks, helping you save costs.
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Menno van Steenwijk and Sjaak van der Steen of Achmea
On 1 May 2016, the VAR was replaced by the Wet Deregulering Beoordeling Arbeidsrelaties (DBA) or the Employment Relationships Deregulation Act. Whilst there has been a lot of discussion around when an individual is or isn’t self-employed since this law was introduced, the law still applies. Since 1 July 2018, the DBA Act is maintained with respect to ‘ill-intentioned’ employers. On this page, you’ll read about how – together with our clients and freelance professionals – we accommodate the DBA Act.
Myler and the employer adopt a number of control measures so that the risks of employers also fall under the DBA Act. The measures include the following, as a minimum:
On 7 June 2016, the Model Agreement submitted by Myler to the Belastingdienst was one of the first to be approved. This means that the Model Agreement that is entered into with the freelance professional complies with the DBA Act. This approval applies from 7 June 2016 until and including 7 June 2021, and has the reference: 905161917910. The Belastingdienst has recorded this approval reference in a register. Download the Myler Model Agreement here. Questions about our Model Agreement? Get in touch.
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