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The partial exemption from payment of withholding tax (DPP)

This tax mechanism is one of the most popular among Belgian companies. But using it remains complex. Knowing whether your project falls within the scope of R&D is one of the main difficulties. So it is important to be well supported.

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From identifying eligible projects, right through to obtaining reductions in corporation tax. Our experts will also ensure that your business optimises its Innovation Income Deductions.

What criteria determine your eligibility for the DPP?

What criteria determine your eligibility for the DPP?

The legislator has extended the scope of the exemption from withholding tax (DPP) to all companies employing researchers. However, the eligibility conditions and the calculation rules vary depending on the category you belong to. What do you need to take into...

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Act now and prepare your future

Act now and prepare your future

How do you create the potential for a successful future? Certainly by making the best use of your circumstances in relation to innovation and R&D. But each situation is unique, requiring a specific approach and expertise. So don't launch yourself into this process...

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Does Belgium offer tax incentives for innovation?

Does Belgium offer tax incentives for innovation?

Belgium remains one of the most generous countries in terms of R&D. Among its incentives are the partial exemption from payment of the researchers' withholding tax (DPP) and the innovation income deduction (IID). The money is available, but it is up to companies...

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Our scientists and tax specialists will assist you all the way

From identifying eligible projects, right through to obtaining reductions in corporation tax. Our experts will also ensure that your business optimises its Innovation Income Deductions.