Taxes on dividends
In limited companies, in addition to salary, you can pay yourself dividends. Dividends are distributed to all shareholders in proportion to their ownership, so you cannot decide on different dividend amounts to different shareholders in any way you like.
The tax on the dividend is 20% as long as it is within the allowed dividend that you can withdraw according to the so-called 3:12 rules, and which is calculated in your K10 appendix in your private income tax declaration. You can read more about this in our article: “How do dividends work?”