InternationalSalary split and expats
Salary split and expats
Our teams help your company, directors and employees in setting up a salary split or requesting the special tax regime for expatriates. We have specialist knowledge in securing salary splits and expatriate tax status with our neighbouring countries such as the Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg, France, the UK, but also with other countries worldwide.
We can help you with the following:
- International employment services;
- Compensation and benefits;
- HR support;
- Payroll services;
- Salary split structures;
- Expatriate tax regime (application expatriate status, withholding tax processing and tax return filing).
YOUR PAYROLL ADMINISTRATION IN Q2 – 2021
Spring is just around the corner and with it, the second quarter. What does this mean for your payroll administration? We have already listed the particulars.
Your payroll administration in Q1-2021
1. WAGE LIMITS 2021
Traditionally, the wage limits will be adjusted again.
These wage limits are relevant for the assessment of the validity of and/or the execution of:
- a non-compete clause: in a non-compete clause, the employee agrees to not carry out a similar activity when leaving the company, albeit by setting up a company himself or by entering into service with a competitor.
- an arbitration clause: in an arbitration clause, the employee and the employer agree in advance to submit any disputes arising from the employment agreement to arbitration.
- a training clause: in a training clause, an employee, who is allowed to follow a training course during the execution of his employment agreement at the employer’s expense, agrees to reimburse part of the training costs to the employer if he leaves the company before the expiry of an agreed period.
Your payroll administration in Q4 – 2020
1. Flemish incentive bonus for 1/10th parental leave
Since 1 June 2019, employees can take 1/10th parental leave.
Whoever made that choice, was not entitled to the Flemish incentive bonus that did apply to those who took full-time, half-time or 1/5th parental leave. As of September 2020, an incentive bonus is also provided for those taking 1/10th parental leave.