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17 June 2021

Update COVID-19 and cross-border employment: Agreements with France and Luxembourg extended

In our newsflash of 12 March 2021 and our newsflash of 2 April 2021 we referred to the extension of the mutual agreements between Belgium and Luxembourg / France, which includes a “force majeure tolerance” for cross-border workers in relation to government imposed COVID-19 (travel) restrictions. With large parts of the population vaccinated, the end

14 June 2021

Tax Bites Podcast – Tax Control Framework

Tax Control Framework: be in control of your taxes – and prove it !   With reputational and financial damage at stake, the need to be in control of your taxes and have sound tax risk management is rising rapidly. This transformation is especially important – and also challenging – in a tax landscape where sustainability,

14 June 2021

PwC’s podcast voor de (semi)publieke sector – De nieuwe klokkenluidersregeling

In de podcast leggen we uit wat de impact zal zijn van de nieuwe klokkenluidersregeling op de (semi)publieke sector. In de eerste plaats nemen ze de krachtlijnen van de nieuwe wetgeving onder de loep. Daarnaast geven ze een aantal concrete tips bij het implementeren van een dergelijk klokkenluiderskanaal.  Geïnteresseerd om meer te weten? Beluister dan

11 June 2021

New Administrative Circular regarding the Belgian Tax on Savings Income – Asset Test and BTIS computation in case of funds of funds

On June 10, 2021, the Belgian tax administration has issued the Administrative Circular number 2021/C/56 regarding the Belgian Tax on Savings Income (“BTSI” hereafter – article 19bis of the Belgian Income Tax Code). Circulaire 2021/C/56 – French Circulaire 2021/C/56 – Dutch The main objective of the above-mentioned circular is to highlight methodological points regarding the

9 June 2021

G7 commits to a global minimum tax of at least 15% and taxation of digitalised economy

The G7 finance ministers published on 5 June 2021 a Communiqué announcing that they reached a high-level political agreement on a global tax reform. In particular, they agreed on the reallocation of a share of the profits of certain multinational enterprises to market jurisdictions (Pillar 1) and a global minimum tax of at least 15%

4 June 2021

Country-by-country reporting goes public!

On 1 June 2021, representatives of the European Parliament and the Council under EU Portuguese Presidency negotiated a Draft Directive on public country-by-country reporting (‘Public CbCR’) for big multinational groups.  They provisionally reached a compromise agreement. Once this political agreement is endorsed, it requires European or non-European multinational groups or standalone undertakings  to publicly disclose

2 June 2021

Workforce Podcast – Transform Your Tomorrow: Tech-enabled HR Transformation

Transform Your Tomorrow: Tech-enabled HR Transformation @H. Essers   Listen on how H.Essers transformed and digitised their HR operating model successfully, globally during a period where we all were impacted by COVID-19. Rather than solely implementing a new cloud HR system, H.Essers decided to go for a holistic approach where they harmonized HR processes across

27 May 2021

Workforce Podcast – The future of mobility

The future of mobility: what about the company car?   Sustainable mobility is high on the agenda of governments, employers and employees. Increasingly employers are re-evaluating their approach. How can they change their attitude to mobility, and above all, that of their employees? An employer’s mobility vision can be a competitive differentiator, and incorporating ESG