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The instructions below are for the 2021 tax form, which you fill in in 2022.

You only need to declare your Curvo account if you've invested money in 2021. So you're exempt if you've opened up an account in 2021 but haven't invested anything yet that year.

Dutch
Add the account to "Vak XIII" under "A. Rekeningen in het buitenland":

Declare the Curvo account in the Dutch 2021 tax form

Check the box 1075
Fill in your name
Indicate "NEDERLAND" as the country
Check the box "Zijn de wettelijk bepaalde gegevens over de rekening bij het Centraal Aanspreekpunt bij de Nationale Bank van België gemeld?".

Declare the account to the Belgian National Bank
Before you check the box "Zijn de wettelijk bepaalde gegevens over de rekening bij het Centraal Aanspreekpunt bij de Nationale Bank van België gemeld?", make sure you declared your Curvo account to the Belgian National Bank. See the instructions.

French
Add the account to "Cadre XIII" under "A. Comptes à l'étranger":

Declare the Curvo account in the French 2021 tax form

Check the box 1075
Fill in your name
Indicate "PAYS-BAS" as the country
Check the box "Les données relatives au compte, qui sont prévues par la loi, ont-elles été communiquées au Point de Contact Central de la Banque nationale de Belgique ?"

Declare the account to the Belgian National Bank
Before you check the box "Les données relatives au compte, qui sont prévues par la loi, ont-elles été communiquées au Point de Contact Central de la Banque nationale de Belgique ?", make sure you declared your Curvo account to the Belgian National Bank. See the instructions.

This information is written with the best of our knowledge. Note though that we are not fiscal lawyers, and your situation may differ from what is assumed here. You’re responsible to do your own research or seek external advice.
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