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  1. Friday, 07 April 2017

    OECD releases additional guidance on Country-by-Country reporting (BEPS Action 13)

    On April 6th, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) launched additional guidance for tax administrations and MNE Groups alike on the implementation of Country-by-Country (CbC) reporting (BEPS Action 13).

  2. Wednesday, 22 March 2017

    Live online seminar (in Dutch): Aftrek innovatie-inkomsten

    23 March 2017 | 12.00h - 14.00h | LexAlert
  3. Friday, 10 March 2017

    België: Aftrek innovatie-inkomsten

    Op de ministerraad van 2 december 2016 bereikten de regeringspartijen een akkoord over een nieuwe aftrek voor innovatie-inkomsten. Deze is tot stand gekomen onder invloed van het BEPS-actieplan dat lidstaten verzocht om hun wetgeving in lijn te brengen met de richtlijnen van de OESO. De nieuwe wet treedt retroactief in werking vanaf 1 juli 2016.

  4. Tuesday, 14 February 2017

    T/A economics: Painting a new story...

    ... as the BeNeLux alternative for transfer pricing and valuation services, with a distinct approach.

    We are pleased to announce the launch of T/A economics, a joint venture between Tivalor, a Belgium and Luxembourg based economist boutique, specialized in transfer pricing and valuations, and the Amsterdam based transfer pricing team of Atlas tax lawyers. Combined, the former teams of Tivalor, business & legal economics, and Atlas, transfer pricing will be able to offer their clients with a distinct, integrated, borderless service approach throughout the BeNeLux, and interconnectivity globally through its partnership with the WTS Global network, present in over 100 countries. T/A economics’ credo is to create exponential value for its clients through the sharing of experiences.

  5. Friday, 06 January 2017

    Luxembourg introduces new rules applicable to intra-group financing companies

    1. Introduction

    The Luxembourg direct tax authorities issued on 27 December 2016 new guidelines by means of the issuance of Circular L.I.R. no. 56/1 – 56bis/1 (hereinafter the “Circular”) which deals with the Luxembourg tax treatment applicable to Luxembourg companies engaged in intra-group financing transactions. The Circular details the application of the arm’s length principle to such transactions which principle has been codified in the Luxembourg direct tax law via articles 56 LIR and a newly introduced article 56bis LIR (which will apply as from 1 January 2017). Click here for an English translation of the Circular.

  6. Tuesday, 03 January 2017

    New innovationbox regime in The Netherlands

    As announced earlier in 2016, the Netherlands has enacted a new innovation box regime as of January 1, 2017, in line with the outcomes of the OECD’s BEPS project (Action Plan 5). The new legislation has a grandfathering period until 2021 for (qualifying) intellectual property (“IP”) developed before July 1, 2016.

    Because of the new regulations, all existing innovation box rulings with the Dutch tax authorities have been cancelled as of January 1, 2017.

  7. Monday, 21 November 2016

    Netherlands postpones deadline for CbCR notification

    On Monday November 21, 2016, the Dutch State Secretary of Finance announced he is postponing the deadline for the country-by-country-reporting notification.

  8. Thursday, 20 October 2016

    Transfer pricing documentation: mandatory requirements in Belgium

    On July 4 2016, the Belgium government adopted a law introducing statutory transfer pricing documentation requirements for certain taxpayers.

  9. Tuesday, 14 June 2016

    Belgium’s imminent statutory transfer pricing documentation requirements

    On 6 June 2016, a new law1 was proposed in the Belgian Federal Parliament’s Chamber of Representatives to introduce, amongst other items, a statutory transfer pricing documentation requirement for certain undertakings in Belgium, which would take effect from the accounting years starting on or after 1 January 2016.

  10. Tuesday, 19 April 2016

    The future of transfer pricing documentation

    The OECD’s transfer pricing documentation requirements significantly change the equilibrium of ‘business as usual’ even for MNEs (multinational enterprises) that have already compiled documentation in the past. Furthermore, the new, three-tiered approach - Master File, Local File, Country-by-Country Report - will not only provide tax administrations with more detailed information regarding the global value chain of a company, but may bring to the surface inconsistencies in both TP policies and their implementation. This article outlines these new obligations and how companies should be preparing to comply with them.