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Important update – Draft bill impacting 30% EBITDA rule delayed

11 December 2019

The draft bill containing various modifications to article 198/1 BITC 92 (i.e. 30% EBITDA rule), has been removed from the agenda of the Finance Commission. Therefore it is unrealistic that these modifications will be adopted before year-end. The modifications included in the draft bill – and which are hence not adopted – include the allocation of

Benefit in kind – Private use of a company car: updated formula for 2020

11 December 2019

The new reference CO2 emission for calculating the taxable benefit in kind for the private use of a company car in the hands of company directors and employees has been published on 11 December 2019 (Royal Decree of 3 December 2019). For income year 2020, the following CO2 emission will be applied to the above

Salesforce B2B and B2C Commerce Cloud: How the journey started

11 December 2019

Author of this article: Bernard Van Heuverswyn (PwC Salesforce Team) Salesforce, a CRM? Yes, and then some! Salesforce was founded in 1999 by a small group of people including Marc Benioff, its current CEO. What was his idea? A customer relationship management (CRM) platform as SaaS (Software as a Service), without the need to worry

Upcoming due date for electronic filing of BEPS 13 related documents: 31 December 2019

6 December 2019

Transfer pricing documentation has become an integral part of the compliance obligations of Belgian entities. The criteria, formalities and deadlines should therefore be followed up closely. Please find below a short summary of the obligations to be complied with by 31 December 2019. What? A Belgian entity part of a multinational group exceeding at least one

Draft bill involving significant changes on 30% EBITDA rule

29 November 2019

On 26 November 2019, a draft bill containing various tax provisions was submitted to the Belgian Chamber of Representatives. Several upcoming changes are related to the interest deductibility limitation (i.e. 30% EBITDA rule) which was introduced in the 2017 corporate income tax reform and applicable as of 1 January 2019 (assessment year 2020). If enacted,