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Tax Law

Sound tax advice can pay for itself in next to no time.  And tax advice based on a thorough knowledge of your business, combined with our legal, financial and accountancy expertise, pays for itself even faster.  The specialists from Vandelanotte are there to ensure that your plans can be achieved with the lowest possible tax burden.

Multi-disciplinary team

Vandelanotte's fiscal team includes legal experts as well as economists and accountants, so that our recommendations are assessed from all relevant perspectives and are always practically feasible.  Our intimate understanding of your accounts allows us to provide accurately targeted advice and to precisely calculate the fiscal consequences of your policy decisions.

No more worries about the tax inspector

Vandelanotte clients need have no fear of the tax authorities.  We will ensure that your transactions and accounts are always in line with the latest fiscal regulations, while ensuring that your plans can be achieved with the lowest possible tax burden.  With no worries about being called in for a grilling. And if questions should arise, Vandelanotte will always be there to stand by you with professional support.

Not just direct taxes

You can also turn to Vandelanotte for advice on indirect taxation and the laws relating to succession, recordkeeping and so on. We will make sure you have the support you need at every level.
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Changes to the dividends-received deduction and exemption from withholding tax on dividends
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Changes to the dividends-received deduction and exemption from withholding tax on dividends

With the entry into force of the Belgian Act on Fiscal Provisions on 1 December 2016 (Belgian Official Gazette 8 December 2016), two new provisions have been introduced concerning the dividends-received deduction and the exemption from withholding tax on dividends.

5 FAQs on VAT: as a foreign company in Belgium (1)
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5 FAQs on VAT: as a foreign company in Belgium (1)

It is noticeable that many companies have the same questions. Over the next five weeks, we will answer one of the five most frequently asked questions every week in this short news series.

Filing obligation for payments to tax havens: OECD list updated
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Filing obligation for payments to tax havens: OECD list updated

When filing their tax returns for corporation tax, companies must report any payments made directly or indirectly to persons located in 'tax havens', using a separate form.

New double tax treaty between Belgium and Japan
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New double tax treaty between Belgium and Japan

On 12 October 2016, a new agreement for the avoidance of double taxation was signed by Belgium and Japan.

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Extension of the filing deadline for the tax returns of non-residents (natural persons) for the 2016 tax year

Because there were administrative delays in sending out paper returns, the Belgian Tax Office has extended the deadline for filing paper returns.

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