The ‘war for talent’ and the rapidly changing market differentiation make it possible for people to move and work anywhere and everywhere. At BDO Belgium, we understand this fast-moving environment regarding mobility for employees and employers around the globe.
Maybe you asked yourself one of the following questions regarding this topic:
What is the best practice for each particular employee?
Should we second or transfer them? And what if you have employees that are active in multiple countries?
Will anything change when we charge costs on to our foreign branch if your financial department wants you to?
And do those same regulations apply when we recruit talented foreign employees to work in Belgium?
Our advice? Every situation is different and requires careful consideration in advance.
The IMS series are short, in-depth, free webinars in which we discuss the legal framework, best practices and opportunities in the fast-changing world of global mobility.
The first webinar hosted on June 23, was called : ‘Happy 1-year anniversary to the new Expatriate Tax regime – where are we now?’
Our webinar will be divided into several manageable sessions in which various international mobility topics are discussed from different angles. You can expect an interactive and very practical session where there is room for exchanging experiences with our BDO specialists.
The sessions are given by specialists from BDO Tax Consultants working in the international mobility services department.
Location and fee
The sessions will take place online and are free of charge.
BDO is a training provider recognized by the Flemish government (accreditation number BDO Advisory DV.O242158). If you are following a training course in customs, VAT and excise regulations, know that BDO has obtained recognition for the submission of customs declarations. SMEs can use a subsidy via the SME portfolio. You can save up to 30% on a training! Companies that fall under PC 226 can also benefit from the Logos subsidy. A combination of different grants is often possible. More info here.