You probably recognize it: after years of hard work you have built up a nice pension capital in your company. And what now with those cash surpluses? Soon your bank may be charging negative interest on your hard-earned savings. Many traditional solutions such as real estate, bonds, mixed funds and all kinds of insurance have become fiscally unattractive.
Moreover, after the 2017 summer agreement, all income from investments by your company will be taxable, at 20 or 25% corporate tax.
Does it make sense to invest in the company? If so, what is best to invest in for the long term? Are there tax-friendly alternatives?
You found out all about it during the webinar organized by Value Square on Wednesday 13 January 2021.
What was on the agenda?
- Does it make sense to invest through the partnership?
- Investment in holding companies, something for entrepreneurs?
- Solution of Value Square NV?
- Investing in real companies: an example