Home office and taxes


The forthcoming Coordination Committee of the Chamber of Tax Advisors, which will be held on 18 September 2019, will discuss, among other things, the tax implications of working from home.

So far, there is no consensus about how to proceed with regard to the tax implications of compensation provided to employees in connection with full or part-time home office.

The main points to be discussed will be the reimbursement of travel expenses, compensation for wear of the employee’s own assets, and compensation of other expenses (internet, telephone, etc.) in connection with home office. We will inform you about the results of the Coordination Committee in upcoming editions of our newsletter or on our website.

NEWS: The hearing has been postponed. We will inform you of the outcome of the Coordination Committee.

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