In these Covid-19 times, many of us are still trying to work from home while educating our children. The government is trying to make life a bit easier with some tax measures (see “Taxes in Corona Times”).
Even the taxmen and women have been confined at home and non-essential tax audits have been put on hold. However, they had some WFO-experience as the tax administration has been experimenting with teleworking for some years now. This is why the tax returns have already dropped in our letterboxes and we do not get an extension to file our tax returns. 30 June is the deadline for filing paper tax returns. If you file online, you have another two weeks, until 16 July.
Yes, it’s tax return time again.
Whether you are new to Belgium or have been filing your tax return here for years, you may have several questions. We will address some of these questions and we will address some other questions you didn’t know you had.
Your Tax Return :
- the Guide
- Is this your first time?
- Couples and Children
- When do I need to file?
- on Paper or Online?
- Filing Online
- Filing on Paper
- Box I – Contact Details and Bank Account
- Box II – Your Family Situation
- Box III – Real Estate
- Box IV – Earnings
- Box V – Pensions
- Cross Border Taxation
- Box VI – Maintenance Received
- Box VII – Investment Income
- Box VIII – Maintenance Paid and Losses from Previous Years
- Box IX – Mortgage Payments
- Box X – Other Tax Deductions
- Box XII – Paying your Taxes in Advance
- Capital Gains
- Box XIV – Bank Accounts and Insurance Policies
- Box XIV – Trusts
- Stock Exchange Tax
- Tax on Securities Accounts
- Nowhere to hide
- The Tax Bill
- Appealing the Tax Bill
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