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Our services

We welcome all clients here at Crowe Horwath Vanhuynegem Associates, whether you are a small-scale SME looking for all-in support or a multinational company seeking just one specific service. Thanks to our experience, expertise and the network we have cultivated, we are able to provide tailored solutions to any problem. We like to work together with you when it comes to Accountancy (Accounting & Financial reporting), Tax (Tax Advisory, Compliance & International Tax), HR (Payroll, HR services & International employee mobility) and Legal services.

Job opportunities

If you want to use your expertise to help us to help companies and you’d love to devote your knowledge and experience to facilitate the growth of other businesses, then check our vacancies to find out if you could be our very next member of staff!

Who are we ?

Crowe Horwath Vanhuynegem Associates is a medium-sized firm that specialises in the fields of accounting, tax consultancy, legal advice, global employment and payroll services.  But of course what you really want to know is whether we are the right partner for you; whether we will give you the necessary support.

If you are seeking proactive guidance tailored to your needs then rest assured, because we are on your side! If you require experts who understand the financial context of your business but can who also analyse the international industry? We have them! You can select a personal liaison who shares the knowledge of the whole team!

Discover more about us or see here how we can help you.


VAT recovery in the natural resources sector

Businesses operating in the natural resources sector, particularly those in exploration or the early stages of generation, need to pay particular attention to their ability to recover VAT, following a number of successful challenges by HMRC. Robert Marchant, Head of Corporate VAT, explains.

What’s the issue?

The business impact of a common set of EU tax rules

More Europe, not less: the business impact of a common set of EU tax rules

The Apple and Luxleak scandals have highlighted the difficulties the EU has in managing the tax affairs of multinational companies. With the Competition Commissioner (rather than the tax authorities) at the forefront in dealing with Apple, the European Commission has released further proposals for a Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB).