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Too short to be good: LIMOSA and exemption from keeping social documents

by Ralph Lloyd-Davis — Apr 07, 2009 04:31 PM
27.06.07 | On 1 April, the LIMOSA project finally came into force. LIMOSA implies that every foreign worker temporarily and/or partially performing professional activities in Belgium has to be registered (by online declaration) with the Belgian social security authorities before they start working in Belgium.

Luncheon vouchers for self-employed company managers exempted as from 1 January 2007

by Ralph Lloyd-Davis — May 21, 2008 03:43 PM
05.06.07 | According to an announcement from the Finance Federal Public Service , from 1 January 2007 luncheon vouchers for self-employed company managers will be considered to be exempted social benefits provided the following conditions are complied with simultaneously:

Regularisation? Time is running out!

by Ralph Lloyd-Davis — May 21, 2008 03:51 PM
25.05.07 | The Law of 27 December 2006 on the nature of labour relations (Newsflash of 14 December 2006) mentions two possibilities to regularise existing collaborations that have been wrongly qualified by parties on a social security level (pseudo self-employed or pseudo employee) without major financial consequences:

Employment of citizens from the new EU member states

by Ralph Lloyd-Davis — May 21, 2008 04:43 PM
21.05.07 | The recent expansion of the European Union to include Romania and Bulgaria does not only have monetary and economic consequences, but will also affect the European job market.

Social security treaty between South Korea and Belgium

by Ralph Lloyd-Davis — May 21, 2008 04:57 PM
04.05.07 | The Belgian Council of Ministers recently approved the draft bill with respect to the social security treaty between South Korea and Belgium.
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