Tax Bites podcast – Green Deal and green recovery
The pivotal role of the private sector Europe aims at becoming the first climate-neutral continent by 2050 and leveraging sustainable transition as a post-COVID recovery tool. All European stakeholders from national authorities to citizens need to mobilise. On this pathway, private companies play a leading role by investing in low carbon technologies and processes as
Tax Bites podcast – Tax controversies
Why prevention is better than cure Tax disputes in Belgium and abroad are being triggered by new legislation and alternative interpretations of tax principles. Listen to our new Tax Bites podcast on tax controversies with Pieter Deré, Evi Geerts, Véronique De Brabanter and Bram Markey. You’ll find out recent trends, frequently audited topics and insights on what you can
Belgian UBO register: extension of deadline for annual confirmation and uploading supporting documents to 31 August 2021
In our previous newsflash, we already informed you about the new (disclosure) obligations in the UBO-register imposed by the Royal Decree of 23 September 2020. The Federal Public Service Finance (FPSF) has now announced that the current deadline (i.e. 30 April 2021) for uploading supporting documents and annual confirmation of the information in the UBO Register
Tax Bites Podcast – Work from anywhere
The tax impact of flexibility With everyone slowly beginning to see the light at the end of the ‘COVID tunnel’, both employers and employees are looking ahead and reimagining the workplace where a new way of working may be a driver in the hunt for talent. Many groups are considering a work from home or
Tax Bites Podcast: The Biden administration
What to expect on the tax policy front? Now that the dust has settled on the US elections, it is time to look ahead and see what the Biden administration will bring to the table. This not only in terms of US tax reform, but also in the context of the international debate on global
Tax Bites Podcast: How do you keep the effect of COVID at arm’s length?
In the final days of 2020, the OECD released guidelines on the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic on transfer pricing. Pieter Deré, is joined by our transfer pricing experts, Jonas Van de Gucht, Stefaan De Baets and Alexis De Méyère. They will discuss the impact of the OECD transfer pricing guidelines on multinationals’ transfer pricing
New obligations of the Belgian UBO register
In our previous newsflash, we already informed you about the new (disclosure) obligations in the UBO-register imposed by the Royal Decree of 23 September 2020. Our experience shows us that, as it was previously not required by the Law, for many companies currently not all information on intermediary entities has been recorded in the UBO-register
PwC’s Tax Bites podcast: Tax in 2021 – what to expect?
2020 was in many ways a challenging year, with several developments materialising in the tax domain. What will 2021 bring us in the area of taxation? Listen to our first Tax Bites podcast of the year to find out. In this episode, Pieter Deré is joined by Ellen Cortvriend, Gilles Franssens and Jean-Philippe Van West to take a closer look at the