Box I is the easy part. If you expect a tax reimbursement, make sure the taxman has your bank account number. If it is printed on the tax return, you don’t have to give it again, unless you want to change the number.

This is also where you can give your telephone number; you don’t have to give your email address anymore. The taxman still prefers to send letters to keep things official, but more and more they agree to correspond by email.

Published by Marc Quaghebeur

Marc Quaghebeur is a Belgian tax lawyer with Cabinet DAVID specialising in international tax issues and cross border estate planning. He is a member of the Brussels Bar and the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners. View more posts

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