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Luxembourg Desk

From an economic point of view, Luxembourg and Belgium offer good opportunities for entrepreneurs and private individuals. Luxembourg is and remains a country with favourable financial and tax measures and is therefore deemed to be an attractive country for investment.

Our specialists on the Luxembourg Desk provide assistance to Luxembourg as well as to Belgian companies and private individuals for their cross-border activities. Thanks to cooperation with our partners, we can offer you complete guidance and follow-up of your business in both countries.

Vandelanotte's Luxembourg Desk can provide assistance with:


  • Follow-up and filing of your tax return as (non-)resident, correspondence with the tax authorities, assistance with inspections;
  • Your VAT formalities and obligations, for instance acting as liable representative, or direct registration;
  • Various tax issues and tax rates;
  • International wealth and inheritance planning;
  • Legal support with drawing up of employment agreements and various contracts;
  • Assistance with the start-up of a Belgian or Luxembourg company and drafting of (legal and private) contracts;
  • Assistance with reorganisation and restructuring;
  • Optimisation of tax structures in your foreign company
  • ...

Would you like more information?

Please contact one of our specialists.

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News and seminars

New VAT formalities for Belgian directors of Luxembourg companies
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New VAT formalities for Belgian directors of Luxembourg companies

Natural persons residing in Belgium and sitting on the Board of Directors of a Luxembourg company will have to comply with a number of Belgian VAT formalities from 1 January 2017 onwards.

Fiscal changes in 2017 for Luxembourg
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Fiscal changes in 2017 for Luxembourg

The new fiscal measures for businesses and private individuals came into effect from 1 January 2017. In this article, the most important Luxembourg reforms are listed.

Luxembourg and its IP regime: still possible until 30 June 2016
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Luxembourg and its IP regime: still possible until 30 June 2016

At the end of last year, in implementation of an agreement with the OECD as well as the EU, a bill was enacted in Luxembourg, abolishing the IP regime as from 1 July 2016. It remains to be seen what the future will bring.

Luxembourg corporate tax decrease to be expected
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Luxembourg corporate tax decrease to be expected

As from 2017, the current corporate tax rate of 21% would be decreased to 19%. In 2018 this percentage would decrease further to 18%. Luxemburg aims to increase its competitiveness with respect to other European countries.

Luxembourg is no longer on the OECD list of 'tax havens'!

Luxembourg is no longer on the OECD list of 'tax havens'!

Companies must state payments which they carry out! If it is not declared, the payment is not deductible as a business expense.

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