Payroll in Belgium, the Netherlands and France


All you need to know about payroll in Belgium, the Netherlands and France
 
Location: London
Date: 11 February 2015
Time: 10.00am - 4.00pm
Cost: £425+VAT
 
 
 
 
 
CPD Qualification Hours: 6
 
International markets continue to grow in importance for British companies, and with this growth comes an expansion of compliance requirements. Whether you are sending expatriates into a country or taking on a small local payroll as part of an acquisition or branch opening, your business will need to ensure it meets all of its obligations.
 
Outsourcing the payroll function may seem the best solution, but the company remains legally liable for any mistakes the outsource partner may make. It is therefore important that the end client is aware of what the major tasks are the outsourcer performs on their behalf, the key deadlines that they need to sign off, and how to interpret key reports and payslip information. This one day course focuses on the major payroll rules in Belgium, The Netherlands and France.
 
Attendees will be able to accurately follow a simple pay calculation for each jurisdiction, and should be able to identify all of the key items on a payslip produced in each jurisdiction. You will also be able to:
 
  • Identify all key jurisdiction deadlines
  • Understand the penalty regimes and the consequences of getting it wrong
  • Have a detailed understanding of the scope of service you are purchasing from an outsource partner
  • Identify what information you need to pass to the outsource partner and why you have to provide it
     
Belgium
  • Payroll processing limits –segregation of duties
  • Tax Office set-up
  • Professional Withholding Tax
  • Tax allowances
  • Tax scales
  • Rates of tax
  • Calculation
  • Remittances to Tax Office
  • Penalties
  • Social Security structure
  • Employee identification
  • DIMONA/LIMOSA registrations
  • AFP statement
  • Calculation of contributions
  • Payment of salary – 13.92 payments a year
  • Mandatory social documents
  • Employee labour rights relevant to payroll
  • Fringe benefits
  • Special rules for foreign assignees
  • A look at some websites and guidance available
     
The Netherlands
  • Tax Administration
  • Withholding obligations
  • G Accounts
  • Registration process
  • Employee statement on commencement
  • Anonymous person procedure
  • Standard Wages Record
  • Annual Income Statement
  • BSN Numbers
  • Tax periods and pay over to Tax Administration
  • Life Course Savings Scheme
  • Monthly tax return
  • Tax rates
  • National insurance contributions
  • Employed persons Insurance contribution
  • Discount scheme for older works
  • Tax credits
  • Penalty regime
  • Expatriate staff and 30% facility
  • Relevant employment law
  • A look at some websites and guidance available
     
France
  • Taxation – rates & allowances
  • Payroll involvement (limited – no PAYE scheme)
  • Social Security – employer registration
  • SIRET/APE numbers
  • Structure of URSSAF
  • Structure of Pole Emploi
  • Structure of ASSEDIC/AGIRC/ARRCO
  • Structure of Groupe Novalis Taitbout
  • Monthly DUCS return (electronic)
  • Annual DADS return (electronic
  • Make up to gross
  • Individual calculation of each of the separate social security deductions
  • Remittance of deductions
  • Payroll administrative requirements (payslips etc)
  • Employment Law
  • Collective Bargaining Agreements
  • Sickness, Maternity and Paternity leave
  • Annual Leave
  • Cadre Vs Non Cadre status
  • Expenses and Benefits
  • Employment contracts (CDI Vs CDD)
  • Look at some websites and guidance on French system available in English
  • Where to find detailed French guidance (which would need to be translated)
     
Cost : £425+VAT
There are limited spaces so please register early to avoid disappointment.
Call 01277 888760 for more information.
There is also the option to run this course in-house. Please contact Purely Payroll for full details and prices.
 
 
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