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Gregory GOOSSENS (1981, Ekeren, Belgium) is the general editor and founder of FisCuriosa.


He graduated cum laude from the University of Antwerp in 2004. He holds a Master degree in Law and obtained a Master in Tax Law shortly after (cum laude, University of Antwerp). During his studies he completed several internships with the Public Prosecutor's Office (Organised Crime Section) and at Dauginet Advocaten, a prominent Tax Law Firm in the Antwerp area. He also worked as an advisor for the Huurdersbond, an organisation that protects the interests of tenants.  


After completing his studies in 2005, he worked with KPMG as a Tax Consultant for a short period before being admitted to the Brussels bar in September 2006. Since then he gained further experience by working at De Broeck Van Laere & Partners, a medium-sized tax law firm located in the north of Brussels. In April 2010, Gregory set up his own company Taxpatria, in order to enable him to fully focus on providing tax assistance services to the international community in Belgium.


Besides advising corporate as well as individual clients on a variety of tax matters, he also assists clients with administrative proceedings and, if necessary, handling tax litigations before the judicial courts. In resolving a wide range of disputes, he helps national as well as international clients to identify particular tax issues and advise them on how best to approach the Belgian tax authorities. This resulted in a close collaboration with Expatica for which he also provides tax consulting services to its members.


Since November 2009, he is a member of B.A.B.-Brabant, the association for accounting and tax professionals of the Brussels Region. In November 2010, he became a member of the Chambre de Commerce Suisse pour la Belgique et le Luxembourg.


Furthermore, Gregory often writes articles for specialized tax magazines and periodicals. Currently he is also responsible for the tax sections of De Ondernemer, an annually updated manual for the Belgian entrepreneur.




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