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International tax services
Does your company do business in multiple countries? Or do you have to comply with different local tax legislations? Then you are surely aware that one important key of business success is closely monitoring and managing your international tax strategy. But that is easier said than done.
Our legal, tax, VAT and transfer pricing teams are eager to assist you with all aspects of your international taxation needs. We can rely on our international KSi Morison association, with world-wide presence in more than 83 countries.
We can help you with the following:
- Help you set up your new operation in Belgium or abroad;
- Advise on cross-border real estate transactions;
- Assist you through your cross-border restructuring (mergers and acquisitions);
- International tax recommendations or assistance in setting up group structures and investment / divestment schemes;
- Assess a potential taxable presence i.e. permanent establishment in Belgium or abroad;
- Assist employers, employees and directors with their tax obligations for cross-border employment;
- Salary split and expatriate services;
- Assist with filing tax claims based on international case law and legislation;
- Address potential withholding tax issues, withholding tax optimisation routes, …;
- Inform you about fiscal formalities to be met for intragroup services, cross-border interest, dividend and royalty payments;
- Explain what there is to know about VAT services;
- Advise you on transfer pricing services.
TAX PREPAYMENTS 2021
Branches and taxable permanent establishments of foreign companies who are subject to the Belgian non-resident corporate income tax, will face a tax increase of 6,75% if they do not make sufficient corporate tax prepayments throughout the year. For example, if your Belgian non-resident corporate income tax amounts to 75.000 EUR, it will rise to 80.062,50 EUR in case no tax prepayments would be made.
If you wish to avoid the tax increase of 6,75% for FY 2021, please respond to this e-mail so that we can assist you.
Please find more information below.
International transactions? Don’t forget to report them!
With the DAC6 Directive, Europe wants more transparency in the advice given by various ‘structures’ with an international flavour (‘Directive on Administrative Cooperation’). Therefore, a regulation was developed, which has meanwhile been transposed into Belgian law. What does it mean for you? Will you have to take urgent action?
IS YOUR COMPANY ACTIVE IN BELGIUM? HOW TO DEAL WITH RECENT LETTERS FROM THE TAX AND SOCIAL SECURITY AUTHORITIES?
Foreign entrepreneurs who provide services in Belgium are currently receiving letters from both the Federal Public Service Finance and the Social Security Office for Self-employed Entrepreneurs (NISSE). Each of them are separately reminding you of compulsory formalities.