Read Yasmine Lingemann’s blog to learn everything you need to know about VAT post Brexit, and how to adapt to the new rules and regulations. Continue reading VAT Post Brexit: Everything You Need to Know
One of the British Chamber’s task forces is the Tax, Finance and Legal (TFL) task force. Its members include representatives of large to medium size accounting and tax firms, law firms, and some of the largest banks. The Tax, Finance and Legal task force delivers regular seminars on practical tax, financial, economic and legal issues and updates for (international) businesses operating in Belgium. These seminars … Continue reading The Tax, Finance and Legal task force needs your participation!
The British Chamber of Commerce works with a broad range of Accredited Service Providers to bring you the best professional advice for international businesses who are in or entering the Belgian market. This series aims to give you a bit of an insight into these companies; showcasing how they can help you develop your business. British Chamber members can book a free first consultation with … Continue reading Getting to know your Expert Advisors: BNP Paribas Fortis
Our Tax, Finance & Legal Task Force is in search of a new chair. The task force consists of experts from member companies – in the fields of tax, finance, and legal matters – and aims to help chamber members understand the practical issues of doing business in Belgium, including new regulatory developments. As our President Thomas Spiller highlighted a few weeks ago, the benefits … Continue reading Are you our next Tax, Finance and Legal Task Force Chair?
ERYV is a family business working in accountancy and tax and have been operating in the Belgian market for over 30 years! Eric Laurent is a Partner at ERYV, specialising in international income. He took time out of his schedule recently to talk to Radio X about why expats living and working Brussels need to hear what he has to say at Expat Financial Affairs … Continue reading Declaring your International Income with ERYV – Expat Financial Affairs 2015
As one of our presenters at this year’s Expat Financial Affairs, Tim Carnewal of Berquin Notaries took the time to take part in a radio interview to tell us about what a notary does and how they can help you as an expat living in Brussels. He also tells us about the insights he’ll be offering during his session at the event on October 3rd. … Continue reading What a notary can do for you as an expat with Berquin Notaries
By Glenn Vaughan, CEO of the British Chamber of Commerce in Belgium When finding your way in a new country, it is not always easy to get access to the right financial information. In Belgium, that is especially noticeable. It may be the language barrier- while most of us speak one of the official languages we might not feel confident that we will grasp the little … Continue reading Making key life decisions a little easier for expats
By Eric Laurent, Tax adviser at ERYV. It’s that time of the year again, where you have to collect your paperwork and start filling in THAT form, which will probably come with some apprehension as you have heard that this year 70 new codes have been added to the form while about 30 have been taken out. Do not worry about the new items! New … Continue reading You just received your Belgian (resident) tax return… and now what?
Claire Trotel from Snow Hill Legal, Christopher Thubron and Steve Wheeler from Moore Stephens and Marc Quaghebeur from De Broeck Van Laere & Partners, joined us for a seminar to demystify the necessity of a will. Not because they want part of your money, but because dying in Belgium could be a very costly experience for your heirs. The intro of the seminar already indicated … Continue reading Wills: Something you have to do before you die