The Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism – It’s official!
Today, the CBAM (Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism) was published in the Official Journal of the European Union. This means that there is no going back and that the regulation will enter into force as of tomorrow, 17 May 2023 and that it shall apply as from 1 October 2023. Read more on CBAM in our
R&D Wage withholding tax exemption – Strict interpretation of start dates confirmed in case law leading to altered interpretation of fiscal authorities
The tax audits with respect to the application of the partial withholding tax exemption for research and development with respect to income year 2021 are ongoing. With recent case law on the subject, two critical elements should be considered during these types of audit. Upfront notification with Belspo Recent case law of the Belgian Court
PwC’s Pillar Two Country Tracker
PwC has recently launched the Pillar Two Country Tracker, a tool designed to track the status of the implementation of Pillar Two around the globe. Specifically, Pillar Two focuses on the introduction of a global minimum Effective Tax Rate (ETR) applicable to multinational groups with consolidated revenue of over €750 million. Such groups will be
CBAM gets green light from EU Parliament: a game-changer for carbon pricing and global supply chains
Earlier today, on April 18th, the European Parliament held its final vote on the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM). CBAM is one of the elements of the EU Green Deal, the goal of which is to reduce GHG emissions by 55% by 2030. CBAM is aimed at ensuring a level playing field by equalizing the
Transform your business with Power BI visualizations!
In today’s business landscape, data is king. Companies are generating more data than ever before. However, without the right tools, it can be overwhelming and difficult to grasp the essence of it all in a concise manner. This is where Power BI visualizations can make a difference. Power BI is a powerful data visualization tool
Belgium agrees on core principles for implementation of the Global Minimum Tax (GloBE/Pillar 2) for MNE’s and some additional tax measures
The Belgian government reached an agreement on the Federal budget. After long discussions within the government, a number of measures have been decided that will reduce expenditures and measures that will increase revenue. One of the key elements in the budget decision was the decision on the core principles of the introduction of Pillar 2
Are you ready for the next compliance deadlines?
The focus on compliance from different stakeholders has become even more important lately. Meeting deadlines and avoiding penalties is the general expectation but a true challenge for many companies. Therefore, we are glad to share a compliance timeline again. It is a little roadmap to help you keep track of the most important deadlines upcoming
European Commission temporarily relaxes State Aid measures in support of the Green Deal Industrial Plan
The European Commission has approved new measures via the Temporary Crisis and Transition Framework (TCTF) in support of the transition towards a net-zero economy. The Commission’s goal is to speed up investment and financing for clean tech production within the Union which, in turn, supports the European Green Deal as well as delivering on specific