RSM Belgium


Taxation Advice & Services

At RSM Belgium, our team offer specialist VAT and taxation services across a wide range of industries. No matter what type of business you run, we will work collaboratively to provide bespoke taxation advice centred around your unique requirements. Our aim is to maximise efficiency by developing simple tax solutions specifically for your business needs.
We provide a range of tax services, with a wealth of experience in both indirect and direct taxation. Our tax assistance varies from corporate and personal income tax returns, to planning corporate structures and finding potential profit opportunities. We also assist with VAT registration, ensuring compliance with Belgian regulations and offering advice on both national and international VAT law.
Looking for expert advice on Belgian employment legislation? We offer guidance on the complex rules and regulations to help your business avoid any pitfalls. Whether you need assistance with payroll management, HR support, or help with Belgian immigration formalities, we will work with you to ensure effective process management.

Direct and Indirect Taxation Services

  • VAT advisory services
  • Tax returns for companies and persons
  • Tax optimisation in Belgium and worldwide
  • Tax law applicable to international executives and non-residents
  • Defence and representation in tax matters
  • VAT returns and representation with the VAT authorities
  • Estate planning and capital structures
  • Ruling request
  • Transfer pricing

Tax Services BROCHURE



Please feel free to consult our general sales terms and conditions for providing services:

 General terms & conditions for services 

Tax Insights - 08-2019 -Anti-abuse provision

21 August 2019
Corporate Tax Reform – Modification of the closing date of the financial year New circular  

Tax Insights - 08-2019 -Foreign VAT refund

12 August 2019
1. What? Taxable persons often incur foreign VAT during an accounting year. This foreign VAT cannot be recovered via the reporting in the periodic Belgian VAT return but is to be recovered via the so-called 8th Directive VAT refund procedure.

Tax Insights - 07-2019 - Transfer pricing documentation requirements: Local file to be filed before 27 September 2019 – The notification (275 CBCNOT) should no longer be filed systematically every year but only when there is a change in the information pr

4 July 2019
The transfer pricing documentation obligation was introduced by the Program Law of 1 July 2016 and is in line with the three-tiered approach (country-by-country report, master file and local file) of the BEPS (Base Erosion and Profit Shifting) Action 13 project. These obligations are required for accounting periods beginning on  1 January 2016.

Tax Insights - 06-2019 - The new Code of Companies and Associations

2 July 2019
On 28 February 2019, the Belgian Parliament approved the draft law introducing the new Code of Companies and Associations. The Law of 23 March 2019, introducing this substantial reform of Belgian company and association law, has been published in the Belgian Official Gazette on 4 April 2019.

Tax Insights - 05-2019 - Forms 281.50 – Financial year 2018

7 June 2019
Each years, companies have to report on individual forms 281.50 the amount of commissions, brokerage, fees, trade rebates, vacation allowances, fees, gratuities, allowances or benefits in kind paid or attributed during the year and which are considered as taxable professional income for the beneficiary.

Tax Insights - 04-2019 - Grant of shares and benefits in kind by foreign group companies

18 April 2019
In the Tax Insight of August 2018, we already mentioned the introduction of a reporting and withholding obligation in case foreign group companies grant shares and benefits in kind to employees of the Belgian subsidiary.

Tax Insights - 04-2019 - Elimination of the separate taxation of 5% due to non-compliance with the minimum director’s fee condition

9 April 2019
On 4 April 2019, the Chamber of Representatives adopted the proposal eliminating the separate taxation of 5% for non-compliance with the minimum director’s fee condition. Article 219quinquies BITC92 would therefore be retroactively removed from the Belgian Income Tax Code as if the separate taxation of 5% never existed.

Tax Insights - 02- 2019 - Brexit – UK companies in Belgium - Fiscal representation

26 February 2019
As a “no-deal” Brexit becomes a more and more realistic possibility, the Belgian VAT Authorities have announced a transitional regime regarding the change from a “direct VAT registration” into a VAT registration via the appointment of an individual fiscal representative.

Tax Insights - 02- 2019 - Companies, non-profit organisations, international non-profit organisations, trusts and fiducies : UBO Register

22 February 2019
The deadline for the first submissions by Belgian companies, (international) nonprofit organizations, foundations and trusts of information concerning their beneficial owner(s) to the UBO-Register (“Central register of ultimate beneficial owners”) has been extended. The deadline has been postponed from 31 March to 31 September 2019.

Tax Insights - 01- 2019 - Corporate Income tax reform : legal modifications and precisions

11 January 2019
On 30 July 2018, the federal government adopted a new Act (published on 10 August 2018 in the Belgian Official Gazette) which adapts some of the measures established by the Law of 25 December 2017 reforming Belgian corporate income tax.