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In de podcast uitleggen we wat het nut is van een doorlichting van een financiële dienst bij een lokaal bestuur en hoe dat in de praktijk het best wordt aangepakt om tot het gewenste resultaat te komen. Geïnteresseerd om meer te weten? Beluister dan onze nieuwe podcast over met Tim Van Sant en Nicole Geukens.
Fee forms 281.50 require to be filed on or before 29 June of the year following the calendar year during which charges and/or attributions relating to commissions, fees, trade discounts, allowances or fringe benefits, … were made. If the above-mentioned charges and/or attributions are not properly reported on these forms in due time, the taxpayer
On 9th April, the EU Commission issued a Commission Delegated Regulation, amending Annex III to Regulation 978/2012, in order to include the Republic of Uzbekistan within the scope of beneficiary countries under the special incentive arrangement for sustainable development and good governance (‘GSP+’). What does this mean for your business? As of 10th April, companies importing products into
Assessing the true value of payroll Payroll is one of the most critical functions in managing and remunerating a workforce and it is often an organisation’s largest expense. With the current COVID-19 situation and the need to have a good overview of costs and expenses at their fingertips, many organisations are looking into payroll optimisation.
Several measures were very recently adopted (for some, they existed already and were simply extended) by the Belgian legislator through its Law dd. 2 April 2021 on temporary support measures in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Among these measures, an incentive is made available to Belgian taxpayers with respect to real estate (including Belgian
The pivotal role of the private sector Europe aims at becoming the first climate-neutral continent by 2050 and leveraging sustainable transition as a post-COVID recovery tool. All European stakeholders from national authorities to citizens need to mobilise. On this pathway, private companies play a leading role by investing in low carbon technologies and processes as
Why prevention is better than cure Tax disputes in Belgium and abroad are being triggered by new legislation and alternative interpretations of tax principles. Listen to our new Tax Bites podcast on tax controversies with Pieter Deré, Evi Geerts, Véronique De Brabanter and Bram Markey. You’ll find out recent trends, frequently audited topics and insights on what you can
The text of the government declaration already indicated that it was the intention to modify the tax treatment of company cars by 2026 and move to zero emission vehicles. To make this ambition a reality, the Belgian Minister of Finance, Vincent Van Peteghem, has now announced to make work of this initiative. The Minister stated