Remote working in a Belgian-French-Luxembourg context - A new reality?

Belgium Tax Dbriefs

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a catalyst for companies and their workforce to move towards remote working arrangements in a more systematic and intensive way. In a cross-border context, remote working may have important tax and/or social security implications.

14 December 2020 | 11:30 am CET

Governments have taken a number of temporary measures aiming to limit those implications as much as possible. For example, Covid-19 mutual agreements have been concluded in order to safeguard as much as possible the existing situation of cross-border workers despite the travel ban that has been imposed for sanitary reasons.

In this context, the Deloitte Global Employer Services teams in Belgium, France and Luxembourg have joined forces and are inviting you to a joint webinar during which we will inform you more about the tax and social security situation of the cross-border workers with regard to the applicable provisions. More in particular, we will address the Covid-19 mutual agreements and how to implement these from a tax/payroll compliance perspective.

Following Covid-19, we are moving towards a new reality in which remote working will continue to play an important role. What happens when the temporary measures mentioned above no longer apply? 

Many companies are (re)assessing their remote work policy, facing number of challenges. The above points and many other practical aspects will be discussed during the webinar.

If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact:

Deloitte Academy

Jana Van Campenhout

Tel: +32 2 600 66 69

E-mail: academy@deloitte.be

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  • Koen Beckers, Partner, Global Employer Services, Deloitte Belgium
  • Frédéricq Jacquet, Senior Director, Global Employer Services, Deloitte Belgium
  • Romain Ressiguier, Director, Global Employer Services, TAJ
  • Marleen Vandenput, Managing Director, Global Employer Services, Deloitte Luxembourg
  • Frederic Scholtus, Director, Global Employer Services, Deloitte Luxembourg