Late corporate tax filings trigger notification of ex-officio assessment: mind and manage the adverse tax consequences
We noticed that lately the Tax authorities, in a coordinated effort, addressed notifications of ex-officio assessment to corporate taxpayers that did not yet file the corporate income tax return for Assessment year 2019 or that filed the return late. If no return has been filed yet, the company can be assessed on a lump sum
The resident and non-resident corporate income tax return forms for Assessment Year 2020 have been published by the tax authorities
The BizTax e-filing platform would become available by 7 July 2020. It’s no surprise that in total an additional page was required to embed all the necessary entries and related disclosures for new measures entering into force, amongst others: interest limitation rule (“3 MIO/30% EBITDA rule”), group contribution(“Tax consolidation”), Controlled Foreign Corporations (“CFC rules”) and
Filing your Belgian corporate income tax return and local form – general due date of 24 September 2020
Have you considered the impact of the new 30% EBITDA-rule? Belgian companies (and non-resident companies with a Belgian establishment) have the yearly obligation to file a Belgian (non-resident) corporate income tax return within the statutory deadline. In principle -in case of a financial year that ended per 31 December 2019- this tax return (linked to
Due to some technical maintenance on the server of the Belgian tax authorities, the electronic filing of the tax returns was not possible during the weekend. The Belgian tax authorities therefore decided to extend the filing deadline to Friday 3 October 2014 midnight.
Since assessment year 2005, Belgian corporate entities have the possibility to file their corporate income tax return electronically.