In our newsflash of 28 August 2020 we announced the extension of the mutual agreement between Belgium and Luxembourg, which includes a “force majeure tolerance” for cross-border workers in relation to COVID-19 (travel) restrictions.
On 12 November 2020 the European Court of Justice (ECJ) imposed a lump-sum fine of EUR 2 million and a daily penalty of EUR 7.500 for each day that the Belgian tax authorities continue to maintain a difference in tax treatment for rental income depending on whether the property is located in Belgium or abroad.
Introduction The program law regarding the budget statement of 2021 has recently been issued by the Belgian Vivaldi government. Again an opportunity for the PwC tax reform news room to highlight the most important tax measures that have been introduced from a personal, corporate and indirect tax perspective. Personal tax Non-indexation of fiscal amounts For
With the European borders gradually opening, will there be an impact on business travel, in the post pandemic era – that’s the question?
Business travel was thriving… And businesses saw opportunities in the ever growing globalisation. Millions of people were travelling around to conclude contracts, to network and to invest in their personal growth and development, resulting in a yearly incremental growth in the (business) travel industry. Business travel had become a habit for many… Until COVID-19 showed