Taxation in Belgium

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Ireland was one of seven European Union member states criticised for “aggressive” tax policies designed to undercut rivals and attract multinational companies.

Cryptocurrency investments have attracted the attention of tax authorities in Belgium. Several investigations have been opened into cases of Belgian citizens who have traded on foreign exchanges. Anyone speculating on crypto markets is expected to pay 33% tax on their gains, despite the fact that bitcoin and the like are not regulated or legalized in […]

If you’re planning to hit the dance floor in Brussels, beware of a new tax and a strange request.

Belgium’s generous tax breaks for the wealthy are almost as famous as the country’s chocolate.

The European Union has ordered Belgium to recover some $760 million in illegal tax breaks from 35 multinationals, its latest ruling against the sweet deals many member states offered to some of the world’s biggest companies.

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