International Trading

If your Belgian company decides to go multinational

Then you will need advice in terms of legislation, regulations and tax matters, because even in the EU every country has its own rules. While nobody intended to make it all so complicated, that is nevertheless the result. And that's why you can avoid a whole lot of headaches by contacting an expert to help you see the forest for the trees.

We help you to:

  • integrate your group structure
  • avoid tax pitfalls concealed in your agreements
  • tackle the social and tax aspects of cross-border employment
  • select the best possible form of company in the country you are looking at
  • fulfil all obligations that could be applicable

The major advantage of our international network is that you will always receive firsthand information. All you have to do is get in touch with your local contact person and we will get to work behind the scenes and do the rest.

Your foreign company wants to set up a shop in Belgium

Belgium can be a very appealing place for your company, and we are happy to advise you on a number of things you should take into account:

  • What are the consequences when it comes to corporation tax?
  • Can one access all profits at home, or will the Belgian authorities demand its share?
  • In the event of goods in stock or the sales thereof in Belgium, VAT will most likely be payable.
  • If you are dispatching staff from abroad to work in Belgium, then it is best to check the social security and insurance status of this staff in advance in order to avoid double taxation and optimise the expenses involved.

A part of our day-to-day activities involves advising international clients when they want to expand in Belgium.

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"Doing business internationally? Then the Crowe network offers you the necessary local expertise and global approach." 

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marc verbeek
Marc Verbeek
Tax Consultant
Crowe Spark