Is Belgian taxation 0% on U.S. state/government/education pension?
Looking for answers from anyone who has been in this situation, or is a tax expert.
If my only income is, say, 20 thousand EUR from a non-corporate (i.e. state/government/university) U.S. pension, and I'm a registered resident of Belgium, am I liable for ANY taxes to Belgium? I've read the U.S.-Belgium Tax Treaty of 2006 ( https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-trty/belgiumtt06.pdf ), and the U.S. IRS tax treaty table from 2019 ( https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-utl/Tax_Treaty_Table_1_2019_Feb.pdf ), and my impression is that I pay NO national-level tax at all to Belgium (other than local taxes), only to the U.S..
Curious if there are any U.S. expat retirees here in Belgium that has any experience with this. Note, that I own no property in either country, do not have a Belgian bank account, and do not generate employment income at all from either country; just a retirement pension.
Thanks in advance!