In our newsflash of 16 February 2018 we referred to the notifications that have been sent by the Dutch tax authorities (since the end of 2017) to pensioners who are tax residents of Belgium and who receive EUR 25,000 or more per annum under a Dutch pension scheme. In these letters, the Dutch tax authorities
On 22 February 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) issued its judgment in Joined Cases C‑398/16 and C‑399/16 X BV and X NV v Staatssecretaris van Financiën. These cases, which were referred to the CJEU by the Dutch Supreme Court in July 2016, relate to the consequences of the ‘per element’
In the Newsflashes of 26 October 2017, 13 November 2017 and 22 December 2017, we already made reference to the new rules regarding the lump-sum valuation for the benefits in kind (in relation to the private use) of a PC, laptop, GSM, smartphone, tablet and internet put at the disposal via the employer. As from 1
On 6 February, the Court of Justice of the EU presented its highly anticipated judgement in the case n° C-359/16 ‘Altun’. In its judgement, the CJEU ruled that, in case of posting, the courts of the host Member State can disregard an A1 form issued by the competent authorities of the home Member State provided
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Since end of last year, about 1,300 pensioners who receive benefits of EUR 25,000 or more per annum under a Dutch pension scheme and who are resident in Belgium have been notified by the Dutch tax authorities that the exemption these pensioners enjoyed as regards Dutch wage tax withholding over such benefits is withdrawn effective