Since 1 January 2018, the tax rules on the sharing economy have been eased further.
On the income from services provided via recognized sharing economy platforms, no more taxes should be paid on the condition that your income from this does not exceed 6250 euros in 2019 (this is the amount for 2019 that is indexed each year).
But beware: to assess the threshold of 6250 euros, it is not only necessary to take into account the income received through Parcify. You should also take into account income received through other recognized sharing economy platforms and also income received under two other new schemes for so-called "tax-free additional income":
· Occasional civilian services (doing small jobs for other private individuals)
· The club work
If you exceed the threshold of 6250 euros, you fall outside the sharing economy scheme and your income from the first euro cent is taxed as miscellaneous income or even as professional income.
You can find more information about the various 'untaxed extra income' schemes on the website www.bijklussen.be of the FPS Finance and the National Social Security Office.
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