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Fancy a rich learning experience in professional surroundings? Build up your knowledge and confidence by observing our specialists at work and making your contribution to challenging projects. Our job students have a front-row seat in getting to know PwC and acquire a whole portfolio of priceless experience.
What you’ll learn and do
Interested in Corporate Tax (Transfer Pricing or Mergers & Acquisitions or Financial - Real Estate Services) ? We give our clients advice about all aspects of corporate taxation on a Belgian or an international level, and support companies in managing their tax files. We analyse files, solve problems, detect opportunities and are regularly in contact with local tax authorities.
You can also choose for a combination of Accounting and Tax. We’re helping clients comply with their statutory and management accounting, financial statements, (corporate and indirect) tax requirements and build a sustainable reporting and a tax function for the future. Our complete approach to statutory reporting and tax management combines deep technical expertise, statutory and tax function data management, tax process transformation and tax technology to help clients understand and meet their current and future challenges head-on.
Are you passionate about Global mobility and personal income tax? We advise HR teams of companies on the tax consequences of employing people both on a local and international level and assist individual taxpayers (both residents and non-residents) in structuring and managing their personal income tax situation.
In our Indirect Tax Department, you will deal with international and national indirect taxes, predominantly VAT and customs duties, typically in cross-border settings. Clients range from the largest multinationals to not-for-profit organisations, even public bodies and public private partnerships. Content-wise your advice may relate to structuring and streamlining indirect taxes across the supply chain, optimising the indirect tax footprint and minimising tax leakages, up to litigation.