The tax changes in the Luxembourg legislation: all you need to know

Past and future tax changes in Luxembourg

In a world of anti-BEPS initiatives and EU anti-tax avoidance measures, the international tax scene is rapidly changing. Whilst keeping pace with the new developments in international taxation, Luxembourg recently also went through a comprehensive reform of its national tax system. The result is a tsunami of new legal provisions, and more to come.

Please click here to see the table which aims to give an overview of the most relevant changes in the field of Luxembourg direct taxation, including the main measures taken in relation to exchange of information. The table not only provides the source of law but also points out what the practical impact of the particular measure is. The table however does not cover VAT and other indirect taxes.

The information included in the table is non-exhaustive, and purely indicative. The below does not constitute or should not be construed as tax advice or a tax opinion. In any case, it is recommended to seek specific tax advice.

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