Belgian Tax Advice: Application Expat Regime

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Are you coming to Belgium to work as an expat. You should know that there is a beneficial regime for expats who haven't been a tax resident in Belgium for the past six years. This could SAVE you a lot of TAXES (which are already rather high in Belgium).

Stef will assess if you qualify for the expat regime and make a calculation of the expected net income.

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Joerg star5 · Apr 2023

I was very happy with the service. I've got all the answers I needed. 5 stars from me.

Rima star4.5 · Apr 2023

Stef was patient enough to listen to all my queries and provided resolution in a timely manner. I would recommend his services

Frequently Asked Questions

Users ask this questions about this service.

  • No refunds are issued if the expat regime can or will not be applied.

  • Yes, your gross anual salary should amount to at least €75.000. In order to calculate this number, fringe benefits (e.g. company car) and holiday pay can be taken into account.

  • You will only qualify if you haven't been a Belgian tax resident during the past six years. Furthermore, you can also not have lived close to Belgium (150km from the border).

  • The regime is granted for a period of five years. However, it could be renewed for another three years afterwards.


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