Smart collaboration is one of our members’ priorities, but they have been telling us that the high benefits-in-kind for portables, smartphones and tablets makes them uninteresting to employees, who instead prefer to use their own devices for work. However, this increases both management and security complexity.
After many years of calling for better conditions, Beltug is very pleased that a Royal Decree on benefits-in-kind for mobile work tools has been published (for benefits provided as of January 1, 2018). Improvements have been made to the fiscal and parafiscal conditions for mobile working, while the fiscal and parafiscal regimes will be better aligned, decreasing the complexity for companies.We will organise an information session in the beginning of 2018. In the meantime, the announced changes include:
For the personal use of a PC, tablet, internet connection, mobile telephone or fixed or mobile telephone subscription that is provided to the employee free of charge, the benefit in kind is assessed at:
This relates to benefits provided as of 1 January 2018.