On 6 April 2017, the OECD has published further guidance for tax administrations and MNE Groups on Country-by-Country (CbC) reporting (Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Action 13). The guidance was released by the Inclusive Framework, which brings together over 100 countries and jurisdictions to collaborate on the implementation of the OECD/G20 BEPS Package. The
On 22 March 2017, a circular letter has been published with respect to the extended scope of the reporting obligation of payments to tax havens as included in the Program Act of 1 July 2016. Belgian tax legislation (article 307 BITC 92) foresees in a reporting obligation for (in)direct payments made to tax havens(in case these
A little over nine months after British voters chose to withdraw from the EU, Britain took a decisive, and likely irreversible, step on Wednesday 29 March 2017 by giving formal notice of its intention to leave the EU. This notice will trigger the process of negotiating the UK’s exit, which is likely to last at
Benefit in kind for free housing granted by a company ruled unconstitutional by two Courts of appeal
When a company puts a housing at the disposal of one of its directors or employees, the beneficiary is taxed on a benefit in kind. This benefit is assessed on a lump-sum basis. The evaluation depends on whether the housing is given by an individual (100/60 x indexed cadastral income) or by a company (100/60
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Company cars, internal capital gains, withholding tax, … What are the new tax measures for the year end?
Last October, the Federal Government reached an agreement on the budget and, in this framework, on several tax measures. The most important ones relate to the taxation of company cars and the end of the tax-free step-up in the case of a contribution in capital of shares by an individual (commonly referred to as “internal