Deduct your travel fees
Self-employed in a company or as a natural person? This changes the game
If you are travelling abroad for purely professional purposes, for example for training or prospecting, you deduct your transport and accommodation.
If you are self-employed in a company, you may be able to deduct per diems, a lump sum that covers e.g. your food and other expenses, under certain conditions.
If you are self-employed as a natural person, per diems do not apply. You can deduct professional expenses, with supporting documents as usual.
The business gifts that you buy abroad are deductible!
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