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The CBAM transitional scheme is about to take effect – are you prepared?
The CBAM (Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism) transitional scheme enters into force on 1 October 2023. This means that producers and importers will soon have to take calculation and reporting requirements into account. Are you thoroughly prepared?
New tax treaty between Belgium and the Netherlands: what could this mean for your tax position?
The tax treaty between Belgium and the Netherlands is set to change. Tamara van den Broek (Baker Tilly Netherlands) and Yves Coppens (Baker Tilly Belgium) discuss the changes with regard to Global Mobility.
Don't let VAT stand in the way of your international growth plans!
When you start doing business abroad, you need to take into account all kinds of new VAT and customs rules. Marisa Hut explains the challenges these bring and how Baker Tilly helps businesses to stay in control.
Global Mobility: stay in control of international employment
Do you have employees in another country? Make sure you maintain a clear overview as an employer. Tamara van den Broek explains how Baker Tilly helps international employers with their international growth.
International growth: the benefits of thorough preparation and the right support
Why is thorough preparation vital if you have plans for international growth? And how does Baker Tilly help businesses? Marijn Verhagen explains the importance of sound advice and ongoing support.
Customs Talks: Free Trade Agreements - Correct Determination of Origin
Customs Talks: Free trade agreements can make international trade easier, but make sure you are aware of all the requirements for applying lower tariffs. We discuss a case in which discounts for the client led to an EU certificate of origin being revoked, resulting in higher overall costs.
Pillar 2: Filing obligations & deadlines
The new Pillar 2 legislation is expected to take effect on 1 January 2024. Among other things, the Minimum Tax Act 2024 creates a new filing requirement for large companies: the top-up tax return. Read more about the tax liability, deadlines and penalties here.
The Pillar 2 top-up tax information declaration
With the introduction of new Pillar 2 legislation, large international businesses and large-scale domestic groups will soon face new reporting requirements. What does the top-up tax information return entail? What are the relevant deadlines and penalties?
CBAM: less than three months to go!
The CBAM will come into effect on 1 October 2023. The new border levy to prevent carbon leakage brings with it a huge amount of administrative work. Does your company import goods from outside the EU? Then make sure you’re well prepared in good time!
ECJ in Cabot Plastics case: Toll manufacturer not a fixed establishment for VAT
The Court of Justice of the European Union issued an important judgement on 29 June 2023 regarding toll manufacturing and the fixed establishment for VAT purposes. Read more about the judgement and the possible implications for your business here.
Topics for 2023:
Sustainability & ESG
The European Union is busy drafting new laws and regulations on sustainability. Are you prepared for the mandatory sustainability reporting that is due to take effect between 2024 and 2027? Do you know what your ESG situation is when it comes to your chain partners? It is prudent to start thinking about these things now.
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While international enterprise offers tremendous opportunities, you do have to contend with new legal and tax issues. For instance, how do you arrange VAT for foreign purchases or sales? We are at home in all international markets, thanks to our Baker Tilly network in 145 countries.
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Finding and retaining good staff is becoming more and more of a challenge. How can you appeal to Gen Z and get people with the right skills for the future? We can advise you and take care of all your HR, personnel and payroll issues.
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