In addition, the SSA should protect international transferees so that they do not lose their right to social benefits in their home country when they go to work in another country. This could have a positive impact on a worker`s decision to enter into a contract in the Netherlands or China, knowing that the period of work for transfer abroad will be added to the determination of the right to future benefits. Note In addition to Dutch social security contributions covering old age, disability and survival benefits, the agreement also includes Dutch taxes covering health and health insurance benefits, unemployment benefits and family allowances. As a result, workers who are exempt from Dutch social protection under the contract do not pay social security contributions for these programmes and generally cannot receive benefits from them. If the contract frees you from Dutch coverage, you and your employer can agree to further benefit protection in Serden. If you leave the Netherlands for a country with which New Zealand does not have a social security agreement, your New Zealand benefits or pensions will be suspended. If you are entitled to social benefits from both the United States and the Netherlands and you do not need the agreement to qualify for the U.S. benefit, your U.S. benefit may be reduced. This is the result of a provision of U.S. law that can influence how your benefit is determined if you also receive a work-based pension that was not covered by U.S. Social Security. For more information, visit our website, www.socialsecurity.gov, and get a copy of the Wind Elimination Charge,(publication No.
05-10045). If you are outside the United States, you can write to us in the “More Information” section. The bilateral agreement between China and the Netherlands will allow seconded workers to be exempted from the obligation to contribute to the social security system of the other (host country) for up to five (5) years, which will eventually avoid double the social security contributions for temporary contracts in the other country. Legislators from the Netherlands and the People`s Republic of China (“China”) have ratified the Social Security Agreement (“SSA” or “agreement”) between the two countries and will enter into force on 1 September 2017.1 The SSA will facilitate cross-border trade and the secondment of cross-border workers between the two countries. Dutch social security agencies decide how much you receive. For more information, please contact them. You can find the coordinates below. The same information required for a U.S.
insurance certificate is required to obtain a Dutch coverage certificate, except that you must provide your Dutch Social Security number instead of your Social Security number in the United States. The guarantee certificate you receive from one country indicates the effective date of your exemption from paying social security contributions in the other country. In general, this is the date you started working in the other country, but not before the agreement came into force. If you are self-employed and normally have to pay social security contributions in the United States.