Specialisations

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

Tax

Prevent, avoid and resolve tax disputes

Corporate

Acquisitions, mergers, restructuring and planning

Criminal

If your assets are threatened under criminal law

Private

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

Let’s not blame it all on banks

IN BELGIUM AND ABROAD, banks find themselves increasingly in trouble because they accept money that may not have been taxed fully in the past. It recently happened to KBC in the Netherlands, and to Degroof-Petercam before that. Sooner or later, however, all banks will probably face the same music.
Jan Tuerlinckx

Only crazy people work for shares

THE BELGIAN COMPANY CODE (Wetboek van Vennootschappen en Verenigingen - WVV) came into effect last month. The possibility to contribute to a company’s capital with one’s work is one of the Code’s signature reforms. Or to put it in the terminology of the old code: it is now possible to contribute to the capital of the company by working for that company.
Jan Tuerlinckx

Copyright is the new company car

FISCALITY INFLUENCES our behaviour. People avoid highly taxed transactions or income, preferring tax exemption and low tax solutions. The government has planned for that.
Jan Tuerlinckx

Twenty years of uncertainty

THE TAX PROCEDURE of direct taxes and VAT dates back to March 1999, which is twenty years ago this month. If this anniversary may have gone unnoticed, the two decades following its introduction have by no means been plain sailing. Right from its conception, there was a suspicion that there were major flaws in the legislation.