Deduct weddings expenses
Yes, according to the jurisprudence, wedding expenses are tax deductible.
Those expenses are up to 50% tax deductible, as the other entertainment expenses (according to the Liège's jurisprudence of 06/05/1992, Mons (18/04/1997) and Gent (17/06/2008 & 02/02/2010)
Be careful, only the professional part of the expense is deductible. You will have to prove it in case of tax audit.
Be careful, the administration doesn't like those expenses. It states that private entertainment and reception (i.e. weddings) can not persue, even partially, a professional use (QP 751 from 20.10.1993, QP from 24.11.1998 et QP 276 from 24.02.2004)... Be careful..
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