The Netherlands reduces corporate tax for small businesses with new budget proposals. The government finalized budget proposals for the 2021 fiscal year.
Per the ultimate beneficial owner filing requirements in Italy, all Italian businesses are required to report and maintain an ultimate beneficial ownership by March 15, 2021.
Ireland leave changes for 2020 include increases in unpaid parental leave time, and introduction of new paid sick and parental leave (CoVid-19) Bill.
In light of the current pandemic, many employers around the world have began to implement changes into their workplace policies, especially those pertaining to leaves. Employees in Australia are now provisionally entitled to take up to two-times their annual leave at half-pay.
Having a tax and compliance checklist is helpful, especially when dealing with multiple jurisdictions where keeping track of changing laws.
Business growth requires more than simply adjusting to a changing economic landscape. Companies need to take a step back and reflect on what trends will come and go, and which will become permanent.
As the global economic landscape continues to evolve, it’s important to understand the benefits of creating a global workforce. Here are just a few of the advantages you can anticipate from expanding to new countries:
Many private equity buyers decide to take on corporate carve-outs, they create opportunities for new potential assets. They can bid for non-core assets of large nationals and multi-nationals seeking to focus on core businesses or hoping to raise capital with any such divestment.
The recent pandemic shined a light on many businesses’ ability to survive as employees were forced to work from home. Remote work has been a topic of debate for many years, but often wasn’t considered a realistic option. But as we’ve seen, new employee flexibility and autonomy hasn’t had any identifiable negative impacts to productivity. In many cases, productivity increased as people saved time on commutes and office chatter.
The new Belgian Code on Companies and Associations came into effect May 1, 2019. The Belgian Code on Companies and Associations (the “BCCA”) repeals the existing Belgian Companies Code (the “Current BCC”) and is aimed at modernising and simplifying company law.