Tax reform in Belgium

How is the EU anti-abuse directive being applied in Belgium and what will be the impact of other reforms on businesses starting in 2020?

During two webinars (on 25 October and 7 November) we’ll take a closer look at the significant changes being made in the context of the tax reforms in Belgium. We’ll examine the changes applicable as of financial year 2018, as well as in 2020, and the impact they will have on your tax strategy, from the viewpoint of both the business and its employees. The option to charge VAT on professional real estate rental will also be discussed.

During two webinars (on 25 October and 7 November) we’ll take a closer look at the significant changes being made in the context of the tax reforms in Belgium. We’ll examine the changes applicable as of financial year 2018, as well as in 2020, and the impact they will have on your tax strategy, from the viewpoint of both the business and its employees. The option to charge VAT on professional real estate rental[EO1]  will also be discussed.
During two webinars (on 25 October and 7 November) we’ll take a closer look at the significant changes being made in the context of the tax reforms in Belgium. We’ll examine the changes applicable as of financial year 2018, as well as in 2020, and the impact they will have on your tax strategy, from the viewpoint of both the business and its employees. The option to charge VAT on professional real estate rental[EO1]  will also be discussed.
During two webinars (on 25 October and 7 November) we’ll take a closer look at the significant changes being made in the context of the tax reforms in Belgium. We’ll examine the changes applicable as of financial year 2018, as well as in 2020, and the impact they will have on your tax strategy, from the viewpoint of both the business and its employees. The option to charge VAT on professional real estate rental[EO1]  will also be discussed.

During two webinars (on 25 October and 7 November) we’ll take a closer look at the significant changes being made in the context of the tax reforms in Belgium. We’ll examine the changes applicable as of financial year 2018, as well as in 2020, and the impact they will have on your tax strategy, from the viewpoint of both the business and its employees. The option to charge VAT on professional real estate rental[EO1]  will also be discussed.

 

During two webinars (on 25 October and 7 November) we’ll take a closer look at the significant changes being made in the context of the tax reforms in Belgium. We’ll examine the changes applicable as of financial year 2018, as well as in 2020, and the impact they will have on your tax strategy, from the viewpoint of both the business and its employees. The option to charge VAT on professional real estate rental[EO1]  will also be discussed.

 

Webinar 25 October 2017

What do the Belgian tax reforms planned for 2018 mean for businesses and employers?

Discussion of the tax measures that will be applicable as of financial year 2018, among others the introduction of a minimum tax, changes to the notional interest deduction regime, changes to the capital gains tax on shares, introduction of withholding tax on capital decreases, etc.

In addition, the modified bonus regime for employees and the “cash for cars” measures will also be discussed.

 

Session in Dutch: 14:30 – 15:30  

Session in French: 16:30 – 17:30

Webinar 7 November 2017

Tax reform in Belgium: How is the EU anti-abuse directive being applied in Belgium and what will be the impact on businesses of the other reforms as planned as of 2020?

Focus on the discussion of the tax measures that will be applicable as of financial year 2020 and the implementation of the EU directive on tax avoidance, among others the implementation of a tax consolidation regime, the reduction of tax deductibility of costs, new limitations on the tax deductibility of interest, the introduction of a CFC regime, changes in the rules applicable to exit taxes, etc.

Discussion of the option in future to charge VAT on professional real estate rental.

 

Session in Dutch: 14:30 – 15:30  

Session in French: 16:30 – 17:30

Contact us

Evi Geerts
Director
Tel: +32 (0)3 259 3161
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Patrick Boone
Managing Partner, Tax & Legal Services
Tel: +32 (0)2 710 4366
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