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Tax forms 281.10 (employees) and 281.20 (company directors) – Income of 2019

15 January 2020

The models of salary slips (“Fiche 281.10” for employees and “Fiche 281.20” for company directors) to be used to report remuneration paid or granted in 2019 are now available on the Federal Public Service (“FPS”) of Finance’s website. The fiches 281.10 and 281.20 must be lodged electronically with the FPS before 1 March 2020. In

Articles 442bis BITC and 93undeciesB VAT-code abolished and replaced

14 January 2020

On 30 April 2019, a law of 13 April 2019 was published in the Belgian Official Gazette, introducing a new “Code of the amicable and enforced collection of tax and non-tax debts”. This new legislation entered into force on 1 January 2020 (Article 139 of the law).The idea behind the new code is the harmonization

Royal decree regarding significant changes on 30% EBITDA rule approved

7 January 2020

On 10 December 2019, the draft repair act containing various changes to the 30% EBITDA rule has been withdrawn from the chamber leaving taxpayers in uncertainty on the application of the rule. However on 27 December 2019, a Royal Decree related to the 30% EBITDA rule has been published. The Royal Decree includes some of

Salesforce B2B Commerce Cloud (part 2)

7 January 2020

Author of this article: Bernard Van Heuverswyn (PwC Salesforce Team) In part one of this article, we saw that since its creation, Salesforce has constantly extended the scope of its customer relationship management (CRM) platform to other traditional services for medium and large companies.   Differences between B2C and B2B solutions In part one, we

CJEU rules that Belgian participation exemption infringes Parent-Subsidiary Directive

23 December 2019

On 19 December 2019, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) rendered its judgment in the “Brussels Securities” case. The CJEU ruled that the combination of the dividends-received deduction and the order of deductions as arranged in the Belgian corporate income tax system infringes the Parent-Subsidiary Directive.   What is the issue? In

Dreamforce 2019 – My 7 takeaways

17 December 2019

Dreamforce, Salesforce’s biggest event of the year, recently wrapped up in San Francisco. As a global strategic Salesforce Partner and one of the main sponsors of this event, PwC’s Salesforce Teams joined the event from everywhere around the world. In addition to that, I am pleased to share with you that PwC has been granted