19 Sep 2016 | Sieta Autar Matawlie
Estate planning centres on the transfer of assets from one generation to the next, taking into account the tax consequences. But it is more than that. Estate planning also means taking care of your affairs in advance, in the event of your death or should you become seriously ill.
19 Sep 2016 | ACCESS
At ACCESS we have a mission, and duty, to serve the community. And as of September 2016, we will have been doing this for 30 years!
13 Sep 2016 | Alexander Forrest - Utility-Provider
1 Sep 2016 | Deborah Valentine
First appeared in THEXPAT Journal Autumn 2016 publication
1 Sep 2016 | Genoveva Geppaart
Biking is very popular in the Netherlands, but unfortunately bikes are often stolen. If you are a victim of bike theft, it is important to inform the police. You will need that police report for your insurance. Without that report, you will certainly not get your bike back.
16 Aug 2016 | Genoveva Geppaart
In 2015, Dutch property prices rose all over the country. In popular locations such as Amsterdam, The Hague and Rotterdam, they even doubled. It is expected that this growth will continue in 2016.
4 Aug 2016 | Genoveva Geppaart
DigiD (short for Digital Identification) is a form of online ID that allows you access to many services and government websites in the Netherlands. The DigiD consists of a username and password that are linked to your personal public service number (BSN).
3 Aug 2016 | Mandie van der Meer
If you’re new in the Netherlands – however you define ‘new’ – you don’t know what you don’t know. That’s why ACCESS is here for you, with answers to the questions you didn’t think to ask. There is a lot to learn about how the Dutch live, and how they relax! This month’s focus: enjoying the beaches.
14 Jul 2016 | ACCESS, for the international community
The Amsterdam region recently launched Deltaplan International Education, an initiative to investigate the issue of waiting lists for international school placements in the Amsterdam area. Its long-term goal is to ensure there are sufficient places at international schools for the growing number ...
17 Jun 2016 | Genoveva Geppaart
Pregnant women who participate in pregnancy groups have fewer problems with delivery than those who get individual care. This is the conclusion of a report by the research organisation TNO.