Are you an entrepreneur for income or corporate tax purposes? Then you are eligible for the Environmental Investment Allowance (MIA). This allowance is also available for government organizations, foundations, or associations paying corporate income tax. What conditions are required? And how do you apply for the MIA? We explain this and more, in our whitepaper.

What is the Environmental Investment Allowance (MIA)?

The Environmental Investment Allowance is an interesting fiscal scheme, that allows you to invest in environmentally friendly business assets while benefiting from tax advantages. Your tax benefit can be up to 45 percent, depending on the type of investment.

The MIA in combination with other investment facilities

The discretionary depreciation (VAMIL) and the Small-Scale Investment Allowance (KIA) can be combined with the MIA, allowing you to write off 70 to 75 percent of your investment costs.

You cannot combine the Energy Investment Allowance (EIA) with the MIA and benefit of both these two facilities simultaneously.

Does your investment qualify for the EIA?

You are eligible for the MIA when your investment is at least 2.500 euros and it is on the official Environmental List. The white paper includes a flow chart to see if your investment qualifies for the Environmental Investment Allowance.

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