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COVID-19 #6 | Dutch government measures

March 31st, 2020|

Dutch government measures Emergency package for jobs and economy Due to the coronavirus the Dutch government takes exceptional economic measures. This package protects jobs, incomes and compensates for the consequences for the self-employed, small, medium and large sized enterprises. Want to know which of the temporary financial regulations apply to your situation? You can find an overview of all temporary financial regulations here.

COVID-19 #5 | International employment

March 31st, 2020|

International employment Which social security system is applicable when working at home due to coronavirus? The Dutch, Belgian and German authorities have agreed that the periods of working at home due to the coronavirus will not be taken into account for determining the applicable social security legislation for cross-border workers. Belgium: The decision is currently valid up to and including 5 April 2020. What are the tax consequences of obliged working at home due to the coronavirus? According to the double tax treaty concluded between Belgium and France, frontier workers are taxed in their country of residence (France), if they (among others) do not leave the Belgian border region for more than 30 days per calendar year concerning their employment activity. The Belgian and French authorities have decided that teleworking in France due to the coronavirus will not be taken into account for the calculation of the 30-days period. With reference to the 24-days rule regarding the tax treaty concluded between Belgium and Luxembourg, the home working days (due to the coronavirus) will also not be taken into account during this period. In the [...]