Transfer pricing documentation has become an integral part of the compliance obligations of Belgian entities. The deadlines, criteria and formalities should therefore be followed up closely. Please find below a short summary of the obligations to be complied with by 28 February 2019. What? Belgian entities – if they meet certain criteria – have to
With our newsflash of 12 November 2018 we drew your attention to the upcoming deadline for electronic filing of BEPS 13 related documents. The form 275 MF (and potentially the Master file) in relation to the financial year ended 31 December 2017 and the notification of the Country-by-Country reporting obligations in relation to the financial
All BEPS 13 related documents will, in principle, have to be filed electronically via the MyMinfinPro-website of the Belgian tax authorities (without exceptions). What? A Belgian entity of a multinational group exceeding at least one of the following Belgian GAAP based criteria (during the financial year preceding the financial year most recently closed) needs to
The due date for both the Belgian corporate income tax return and the local form for assessment year 2018 is approaching: are you in control?
Corporate income tax return Belgian companies (and non-resident companies) have the yearly obligation to file a Belgian corporate income tax return within the statutory deadline. Filing a complete, timely and well-documented tax return is not only important to avoid penalties for not applying the correct tax treatment on a wide variety of expenses (and to
In line with the three-tier documentation approach as provided under the OECD’s BEPS Action Point 13, Belgium has enacted specific transfer pricing (TP) documentation requirements into its tax law. This alert focuses on the Local File, which specifically requires reporting on intercompany transactions. Given the complexity of the matter, we recommend not waiting until the
Companies/branches can make a first advance tax payment for the ongoing financial year by 10 April 2018 (in case of FY per 31/12). For assessment year 2019, the global surcharge has increased to 6.75% (compared to 2.25% for assessment year 2018). This surcharge will always be due. The prior year tolerance – relating to the