Applying for MIA and Vamil is now even easier online using the ‘digitaal loket’.
Click here to apply right now using eLoket. (Only available in Dutch)
Click here for a step-by-step guide for applications. (Only available in Dutch)
To apply for MIA and Vamil, an accountant’s declaration is not needed.
In general you have to submit a report to MIA\Vamil within three months of entering into an obligation to buy the company resource. "Entering into an obligation" is for instance signing a purchase order.
Production costs are subject to slightly different terms. Production costs are costs for using your own staff, materials from your own warehouse and activities performed by third parties under your own direction. These costs should be reported within three months after the end of each calendar quarter in which the production costs were made. This does not apply if the company resource is adopted in the course of the calendar quarter. The production costs over the quarter in which the company resource is used then have to be reported within three months of that date.
For further information about the reporting terms, we refer you to the Tax and Customs Administration (Dutch).
Combinations with other schemes
It is possible to combine the Vamil with MIA. Grants from, for instance, the Young Farmers’ Scheme have to be deducted from the investment costs.