Wed, Apr 15|
International Center Tilburg
Help Desk | Insurances & applications
Every week International Center Tilburg hosts a help desk to get the help you deserve. Each week has a different topic for which you can get information, support and advice. This service is free of charge, so don't hestitate if you need help and visit us next Wednesday!
Time & Location
Apr 15, 2020, 2:00 PM – 7:00 PM
International Center Tilburg, IJzerstraat 21, 5038 BN Tilburg, Netherlands
About the Event
Every week International Center Tilburg hosts a help desk to get the help you deserve.
Each week has a different topic for which you can get information, support and advice. This service is free of charge, so don't hestitate if you need help and visit us next Wednesday!
This month's help desk (see below for more information):
- April 8th: Open (ask anything you need help with)
- April 15th: Insurances & applications
- April 22nd: Taxes & work
- April 29th: Subsidies & governmental aid
*Open help desk information*
During the open helpdesk we help with anything you need help with. Are you looking for a sports club? Do you want to know where you can get specific food items? Are you curious whether you can import your cat? You name it, we help you!
*Insurances & applications help desk information*
Do you need information about being insured? Are you starting a part time job as a student and do you want to know whether you should be insured (tip: yes, you should)? Do you want to switch insurances? Or are you looking for help to register with the municipality? This help desk is for you!
*Taxes & work help desk information*
If you receive letters from the 'Belastingdienst', chances are you need to provide them information. Are you working as freelancer for delivery companies, then don't forget to do your tax reports. When you do not manage to do this by yourself, visit our help desk!
*Subsidies & governmental aid help desk information*
If you pay taxes in the Netherlands, you usually are eligible to governmental benefits. Chances are high you can get governmental aid and subsidies when you are studying and working, when you have a public Dutch healthcare insurance, or when you pay a certain amount of rent. Do you need more information on such situations, drop by!