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Is your mobility strategy up to date?

27 August 2018

The changing world of mobility    In Belgium, cars are still the most frequently used means of transportation. Given the current tax and social security landscape, the company provided car is still a highly valued element in the reward scheme by many employees. Nonetheless, the landscape of the company car is changing with the upcoming new WLTP (Worldwide

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?

22 August 2018

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

Belgian implementation of the UBO register

20 August 2018

As mentioned in our previous newsflash of 19 July 2017, according to the fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive (2015/849), adopted by the European Parliament on 20 may 2015, one of the obligations of all EU Member States was to establish a national register of ultimate beneficial owners (UBO) before 26 June 2017. Through the introduction of this

Update: VAT and immovable rent – as from 1/1/19

17 August 2018

The final draft Law has been submitted to the Chamber of representatives on 31 July 2018. With entry into force foreseen for 1 January 2019, it is time for action. Check out our update (in Dutch and French) below.   Update: btw en onroerende verhuur – nieuw vanaf 1/1/19   Het wetsontwerp is op 31 juli

Company provided housing: anticipated change in tax law

8 August 2018

When a company puts a house or an apartment at the disposal of one of its directors or employees, a taxable benefit in kind arises in the hands of the beneficiary. Typically, the calculation of this benefit in kind depends on whether the housing is provided by an individual (100/60 x indexed cadastral income) or