The increased importance of green taxation cannot be overstated. On 14 July, the European Commission published its ambitious Fit for 55 package. This package fits into the broader initiative of reforming the EU tax landscape, announced by the Commission in May of this year. Join our podcast for an overview of the most relevant tax
Global minimum taxation has been front page news since an agreement was reached by the G7 recently. It sounds simple as a concept, but different views and approaches around the world make it far from easy to navigate. In this podcast we’ll discuss the expectations of a global minimum tax in the EU and the
What does a future-proof tax reporting function look like? There are many things to consider for the tax reporting process and all deliverables linked to it. With automation on everyone’s lips, what trends do we see and how are companies dealing with increasing complexities when operating at international level? What tools are out there
Submitting data in XML: our capabilities for your challenges, coming up: the XML for applying the exemption for social passive?
The fee forms 281.50 related to commissions, fees, trade discounts, allowances or fringe benefits, … had to be filed last week. We have been helping clients with the automation of this process and the submission of more than 45.000 fee forms 281.50 in XML. The preparation and submission of fee forms 281.50 in XML is
On 1 July 2021, the Inclusive Framework (IF) announced an agreement backed by 130 (out of 139) members of the Inclusive Framework on the two-pillar approach. This approach redesigns the international tax framework. Here’s a summary of the main points of the agreement: Pillar one Pillar One is intended to re-allocate the taxing rights of
Recently the Belgian legislator published a Royal Decree containing some clarifications on the repair law of 20 December 2020 containing changes to the 30% EBITDA rule. As mentioned in our previous Newsflash of 6 January 2021, the Belgian legislator published on 20 December 2020 new legislation in order to address criticism of the European Commission
Companies making direct or indirect payments to recipients established in so-called tax havens are required to report these payments where they in total exceed EUR 100,000 during the taxable period. A tax haven is defined as a country that does not effectively or substantially apply the standard on exchange of information on request (so-called OECD
After a long wait, the first main calls of Horizon Europe are finally open! If you’re part of innovation projects led by strategic partnerships and are looking for funding, this programme is made for you. Nonetheless, finding your way through the various calls for projects in Horizon Europe, applying and managing such projects is complex.