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01 March 2018 / article

Agreement on the reform of the Flemish inheritance tax

The region of Flanders is the first region to align their inheritance and tax legislation with the new civil inheritance law that has been introduced by the federal government.

In the same legislation Flanders lowers its inheritance tax rates and introduces the partial generation leap as a brand new tool to transfer family assets without gift and/or inheritance taxes to the 3rd generation.

Saskia Lust, partner of our Family Owned Business & Private Wealth practice, gives an overview of the new Flemish legislation (in Dutch).

Agreement on the reform of the Flemish inheritance tax

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