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The latest Belgian tax developments, covering Corporate Tax, Individual Tax, VAT, Customs and FSI.


Elections 2014. The tax proposals

A comparative overview of the Belgian political parties' tax programs

With the 2014 elections complete, the federal government formation process is now underway. Please stay tuned for more information on the tax proposals that will be implemented in the new Government’s plan.

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Tax proposals comparative tool

This comparative tool will allow you to gain access to information on the Belgian political parties' tax proposals. It is designed to help you compare the proposed tax regimes from the Flemish and Walloon parties and within specific fields (personal tax, tax fraud, etc.).

Due to the evolving nature of the elections, the information in the tool is subject to change and will be updated according to any concrete and official developments.

The below Twitter feed will provide additional coverage and keep you up to date with the Belgian press coverage.

Read what several interest groups propose

Amcham: Priorities for a prosperous Belgium 2014

VBO: Waar gaat het echt over op 25 mei? | FEB: Quels sont les véritables enjeux du 25 mai?

Essencia & Memorandum verkiezingen 2014 | Mémorandum élections 2014

Itinera: Voorstellen fiscaliteit verkiezingen 2014 | Propositions fiscalité élections 2014

Voka: Prioriteiten voor de Vlaamse, federale en Europese verkiezingen 2014

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