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    Payroll Rendement 2021-02

    What will become of the fixed travel allowance when working from home?

    Even though your employees are working from home during the pandemic, until April 1, 2021 your organization is allowed to continue paying an untaxed fixed travel allowance to these employees under certain conditions. Thereafter, the arrangements which regulate this continuation will be revoked. That will of course have a financial impact on your organization as well as your employees. But what exactly will be the impact? If employees make the same commute to work and back every day, it is rather unpractical to have them claim the costs for each commute separately. Most employers will therefore opt to pay their employees a fixed travel allowance instead. Continue paying a fixed travel allowance during the pandemic The state secretary of Finance has approved a regulation which (...)

    Fixed travel allowance extended until April 1, 2021

    There are still no consequences for an employee’s fixed travel allowance if commuting habits change as a result of working from home more often due to the coronavirus measures. Until at least April 1, 2021, the untaxed fixed travel allowance may still be based on the original commuting habits of the employee. Soon after the announcement that the regulation which approves the continued payment of an untaxed fixed travel allowance was scheduled to end after (...)