Premium films for fast & secure returns

The Tax Shelter

The Tax Shelter is among the tax schemes introduced and supported by the Belgian federal government. It enables any participating Belgian company to reduce its tax base (up to a maximum of €750,000), to enjoy an immediate tax benefit (up to €255,000) and to realise a financial transaction guaranteeing a high positive yield. For a company, a Tax Shelter transaction means generating returns on part of its taxes !

Today more than 5,000 Belgian businesses of every size and in every sector have already used the Tax Shelter Scheme. They are carrying out an attractive financial operation and simultaneously supporting European audio-visual productions which in turn create economic activity in Belgium.

Calculation tool

Calculating the optimal amount of a Tax Shelter operation requires you to calculate the estimated «movement of reserves» in the transaction year.

  • Exemption from 310%
  • Max. exemption of 50% of the taxable retained profit / year
  • Max. € 750,000 exemption / company / year
  • Investment tax money to 9.70% net
The product ...
Our expertise ...
Filmography ...
Documents ...

A pair of films supported by SCOPE will be in the running for the César Award for Best Foreign Film: “Noces” by Stefan Streker and “The Royal Exchange” by Marc Dugain. Posted on 2018-02-01

"The Insult" by Ziad Doueiri receives the prize for the best fiction at the RamDam Festival in Tournai. Posted on 2018-01-23

"The Insult" by Ziad Doueiri, co-produced by SCOPE Pictures, is one of five nominated films for the Oscar for Best Foreign Film. Posted on 2018-01-23

"The Insult" by Ziad Doueiri will be present at the Ramdam Festival. Posted on 2018-01-22

Release of the movie "The Royal Exchange" by Marc Dugain Posted on 2017-12-27

The film Eva by Benoît Jacquot is part of the official selection of the next Berlin festival (February 15-25, 2018). Posted on 2017-12-18

The Tax Shelter entails risk factors for the investor which are indicated in our prospectus – in brief in the warning on the cover and more extensively on pages 14 and 22.

Powered by creaxial