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27 November 2018 / news

Year-end tax bulletin 2018

This edition of the tax bulletin gives an overview of the most significant tax developments in our home markets, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Switzerland, in 2018. It also highlights the main legislative changes that have been announced in these countries for 2019, and offers insights into major EU and other international developments.

Loyens & Loeff Year End Tax Bulletin 2018

We focus on developments and changes that could have an impact on international businesses.


Ambitious plans to reform the Flemish inheritance and gift tax

Ambitious plans to reform the Flemish inheritance and gift tax

Recently, the discussion paper for the formation of a new Flemish government has been published. The paper contains remarkable proposals to reform the Flemish... read more
More clarity on the exemption of wage withholding tax for construction industry

More clarity on the exemption of wage withholding tax for construction industry

Since 1 January 2018 construction companies, that employ shift workers, can benefit from a substantial cut in payroll taxes. Recent legislation clarifies this... read more
Belgian notaries and digitisation: a (new) love affair

Belgian notaries and digitalisation: a (new) love affair

Digitalisation and innovation is all around us these days. This movement is also present in the real estate and Mergers and Acquisitions transaction process.... read more