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A guide to Belgian taxation in 2015 for expats, with up-to-date information on income tax, special expat tax status, VAT, property tax and other taxes in Belgium.
If you're living in Belgium and working as a freelancer or self-employed worker, you must register to pay Belgian taxes and social security contributions.
Expatica's tax expert provides an overview of tax filing deadlines and an English version of the 2015 Belgian tax return to help you file your Belgian taxes.
As expats need to declare their worldwide income and assets, it's important that all investments and tax declarations meet international standards. [Contributed by ING Belgium]
Our tax expert, Gregory Goossens, explains which business expenses you can deduct from your Belgian taxes.
Our tax expert Gregory Goossens guides you through the actions you need to take to manage your taxes after moving to Belgium.
Determine your net salary or net income after calculating your taxes in Belgium.
Canadians are taxed on worldwide income; two Canadian tax experts advise on how Canucks abroad can avoid paying more tax than they need to.
As the annual deadline looms for filing your US tax return, here are a few facts to help ensure your taxes are filed correctly before the IRS catches up.
Dean Power explains how UK expats can ensure they are paying the correct UK taxes and maximise the opportunities available to them as UK expats living abroad.
You may be entitled to the 'abattement' when buying a house in Belgium. Tax specialist Gregory Goossens explains how homeowners in Belgium can qualify for a tax exemption.
Tax experts at FisCuriosa explain special rulings for expats in Belgium, including foreign business travel exclusion, expatriate allowances and tax benefits on income and property.