Reservation of a company name
Obtaining approval from the registrar by company name
Set of constituent documents
Preparation of a full package of constituent documents of the company of any form of ownership in accordance with the laws of the jurisdiction
Preparation of a full package of documents depending on the chosen form of ownership, communication with authorities on all matters during the registration
Legal address for 1 year
We provide a legal address for your company in this jurisdiction, eliminating the need to purchase or rent a property
Seal of the company
Registration of the company's seal in accordance with the laws of the jurisdiction
Assistance in obtaining a tax number
Opening of a bank account
Preparation of necessary package of documents and opening a bank account
Accounting for the company for 1 year
|Total cost||6500 USD||8500 USD||12500 USD|
|Cost of annual service (paid from the second year)||3900 USD||3900 USD||7900 USD|
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Belgium is the founder and beating heart of the European Union and a major player on the field of international trade. It is an open economy country with no trade restrictions.
Belgium is a perfect location to reach out to the major consumer markets in Europe. The country offers advanced transportation infrastructure, first-class telecommunication networks, low real estate prices as compared to neighboring countries. It is an international and political center with strong presence of foreign diplomats and press, as well as a renowned center of top universities and R&D institutes.
Company incorporation in Belgium is a streamlined and straightforward process. The steps for forming a company vary, but in general they can be broken down to the following:
The Belgian Commercial Code regulates a process of the company incorporation in Belgium.
Investors will find many advantages if opening a company in Belgium:
Legal forms of business Incorporation in Belgium are as follows:
The Income Tax Code regulates the tax payment regime in Belgium. Tax revenues in Belgium are collected at a federal, regional and local levels. A business is considered a tax resident in Belgium if it has a registered office in the country.
For all businesses, corporate income tax (CIT) is levied at a rate of 29% plus 2% of surtax as of tax year 2019 (33.99% previously), implying an effective 29.58% rate. All the worldwide profits and income of the companies, including capital gains, are subject to CIT. CIT is paid quarterly.
21% is a standard VAT rate in Belgium; there are reduced rates of 12%, 6% and 0%. Companies with a Belgian VAT number, which is a company registration number, must submit returns detailing sales and costs.
To start a process of company formation in Belgium, foreign and domestic investors must supply the following set of documents:
Note that the above set of documents varies case by case.
Prifinance’s experts have been handling numerous business formation cases and can provide support to investors for company incorporation in Belgium in the shortest period of time by strictly adhering to the current laws and regulations.