Employees who are not subject to the Belgian social security and who come to work in Belgium on a temporary or part-time basis, need to be able to present proof of the Limosa declaration before starting their employment activities. It is the responsibility of the employer of these posted employees to apply for the Limosa declaration. The Belgian client on the other hand, has the obligation to notify the authorities if proof of the Limosa is missing.
The government of the Brussels-Capital Region was willing to make use of its authority to implement its own target group policy.
The target group policy in Belgium is being regionalised in the framework of the Sixth State Reform.
Flanders is the first to launch three of its own target group reductions, starting on 1 July 2016. Employees recruited after this date fall under the new target group policy. Read more
Student employees are authorised to work in Belgium for a limited period each year. Employing students can be interesting for employers as a lower rate of social security is charged on their wages. Read more
Like any other countries, you can possibly set up a business in Belgium as a legal entity or as a single proprietor. So, you can have your own easy to operate and profitable business you are dreaming of.
Payroll provider Pro-Pay made a summary of the tax shift that will be implemented in Belgium as from 2016. Labour costs are set to decrease while consumption will be more heavily taxed. The key changes include lower employers’ social security contributions, higher social security reductions for new employers, tax rate cuts for employees,…
Invitation to a workshop on November 24th, 2015 in Brussels. After this workshop you will be fully up-to-date regarding Belgian/Luxembourg cross-border employment formalities.
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