Corona measures

Dear client,

We very much hope that you and your loved ones are in good health.

We take the liberty to reassure you that the treament of your file is still carefully monitored during the Corona crisis and that the office is fully operational. We also assumed our responsibility by taking additional measures within our organization to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and to protect your health and that of our employees.

Tuerlinckx Tax Lawyers handles internal and external meetings with a digital alternative, but if a physical discussion is required, we ensure that it can continue in safe conditions in terms of hygiene and social distancing.

You can of course continue to call and email us. For specific questions about your file and how it will be followed up, you can always contact your contact person within the office. We remain optimistic and hope that this situation will normalize as soon as possible. We wish you, your company and your family the very best in these difficult times.

Kind regards,

Tuerlinckx Tax Lawyers



The core competencies and specialisations of lawyers at Tuerlinckx Tax Lawyers are divided into four aspects: TAX, CORPORATE, CRIMINAL AND PRIVATE.


Prevent, avoid and resolve tax disputes


Acquisitions, mergers, restructuring and planning


If your assets are threatened under criminal law


Private asset structuring, estate planning, advice implementation & dispute with respect to shares and assets

Mission & vision

The mission of Tuerlinckx Tax Lawyers is to prevent and resolve tax issues. At Tuerlinckx Tax Lawyers, all tax and legal issues are always addressed in a pragmatic and holistic approach. Specifically, this means that lawyers and experts work together to find the best solution based on their own tax specialisation.

Latest articles

The lawyers of Tuerlinckx Tax Lawyers ensure that you stay up-to-date on current tax topics by publishing articles on our own expertise platform.

Jan Tuerlinckx

Drinks for everyone

A panic-stricken aide bursts in, interrupting a government meeting. Gasping for breath, he stammers that a wind of discontent is blowing among the people. There is unrest and, in his opinion, it would not be unwise for their excellencies the ministers to show some token of appreciation for the people. People are suffering under the yoke of the coronavirus pandemic and the limitations and sacrifices that come with it.
Jan Tuerlinckx

The right to digital orderliness

This year’s Chief Technology Officer of the Year award does not go to a person, but to the legion of coronaviruses. Acting as a stress test for digitization, Covid-19 has digitally catapulted a number of businesses and organisations a few light years into the future. Yet, the urge for digitization is by no means new: it has been around for almost two decades.
Jan Tuerlinckx

The horror of raw data

In a national recruitment campaign to attract new e-audit professionals, the Belgian Federal Public Service Finance noted the following: “Tax fraud is perhaps the crime in which the most creative systems are devised and used. E-auditors have a keen eye for spotting secrets and exposing the fraud hiding between bits and bytes. They are professional, creative and flexible in their job, without neglecting their private life.” These are the special forces under the Revenue’s command: e-audits.

Taxation on a human scale

Tax law is a matter of public policy. This is a legal doctrine which means, among other things, that tax law must be applied at all times, that it cannot be deviated from, not even by the court. The competence of everyone and everything related to it is limited to its rigorous implementation. After all, paying taxes is the cornerstone of our society.