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Filing of your statutory financial statements – due date of 31 July 2019 is approaching!

20 June 2019

Statutory financial statements As you are probably aware, Belgian companies should deposit their statutory financial statements annually with the National Bank of Belgium. Filing should be done within 30 days after the financial statements have been approved by the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders and certainly not later than 7 months after the end of

Gentlemen’s agreement Belgium-Luxembourg: a new chapter for cross-border workers

20 June 2019

On 16 May 2019 the Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel and the Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel have agreed to reopen negotiations regarding the double tax treaty concluded between Belgium and Luxembourg, with respect to the taxation of individuals working in a cross-border context. Belgian-Luxembourg double tax treaty In principle, employees who are tax resident

Limitation of tax losses in case of partial demerger

18 June 2019

A partial demerger is a transaction whereby part of the assets and liabilities of the partially demerged company are transferred to another (acquiring) company, which (in principle) issues shares to the parent company of the partially demerged company. In case of a tax-neutral partial demerger, the carried forward tax losses of the partially demerged company

Brexit update – EU Commission encourage stakeholders to prepare for a no-deal

14 June 2019

The European Commission issued further guidance earlier this week on a no-deal Brexit. Although the European Commission sees an increase in the EORI registrations as well as in the AEO certifications, it strongly encourage the stakeholders to prepare for a no-deal and to take advantage of the extension till 31 October 2019. The European Commission

Newshub: Belgian Tax Authorities announce some of their focus areas for 2019 tax audits

13 June 2019

The Belgian Tax Authorities have recently announced some of their focus areas for 2019 for tax audits. This early warning allows both individual taxpayers and enterprises to ensure compliance with their Belgian tax obligations. Enterprises can expect to face more scrutiny in relation to the following subjects: Companies who do not fulfill all the conditions