Brexit – Belgium: UK companies exempted from the obligation to appoint a tax representative

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The Belgian Tax Administration clarifies that UK businesses that carry out transactions for which they are liable for VAT in Belgium are temporarily exempted from the obligation to appoint a fiscal representative in Belgium.

However, businesses can appoint a fiscal agent in Belgium to carry out and complete their VAT obligations in their place.

Find out more about which EU countries do and do not require a tax representative for UK businesses.

Source: Belgian Federal Public Service Finance (in French)

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