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International Tax

The international corporate tax climate is changing rapidly. Various measures have been deployed both at the OECD and the EU-level, to combat ‘aggressive’ tax planning and to increase tax transparency. This implies that internationally operating taxpayers are faced with even greater challenges than before. Structuring your business and transactions to achieve an optimal tax position but also effectively managing tax risks is crucial for being successful in business.

car driving alone on bridge in a green environment
News - 22 July 2021 - Belgium

Indexed lump sum allowance per kilometer for the professional use of the employee’s own vehicle

For employees who travel professionally (i.e. in performance of their employment contract) with their own vehicle, employers can reimburse the professional use...
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EU Tax Alert 189: Amazon case, ENGIE, Titanium Ltd, K and DBKAG
News - 13 July 2021 - Global

EU Tax Alert Edition 189

Amazon case, ENGIE, Titanium Ltd, K and DBKAG
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Contribution of the employer for teleworking: a new circular letter
News - 07 July 2021 - Belgium

Contribution of the employer for teleworking: a new circular letter

In the context of teleworking, the tax authorities clarified in a circular letter the reimbursement by the employer of office expenses made by the employee and...
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Cross-border workers: COVID-19 agreements extended
News - 24 June 2021 - Belgium

Cross-border workers: COVID-19 agreements extended until 30 September 2021

Belgium has concluded so-called COVID-19 agreements with Germany, France, Luxembourg and the Netherlands on the tax impact of international travel restrictions...
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car driving alone on bridge in a green environment

Indexed lump sum allowance per kilometer for the professional use of the employee’s own vehicle


On top of develop-ments in international tax

The international tax environment is changing dramatically. The introduction of the BEPS-measures, the EU corporate tax reform package and the increased relevance of State Aid regulations are examples of what may impact your business. Analysing these new rules and, where necessary, amending your business structures accordingly in a sound way will help you to stay ahead.

Our international tax team

We can help you to stay ahead of the game. Our Brussels based tax team is highly specialised in all aspects of international tax and forms part of a group of more than 350 international tax lawyers working from our various offices. Working with us means tapping into years of experience, in-depth multidisciplinary knowledge and an extensive international network – creating the best results for your business.  

Our international tax services

Our team has in-depth knowledge of the following topics: transfer pricing, ATAD, BEPS, double tax treaties, transaction tax, State Aid, Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB) and Tax Compliance. Our focus is always to create a pragmatic, sound solution for your business.