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Expats tend not to arrive in Belgium with a suitcase full of money extracted from their savings and investments.
Belgium's itinerant Museum of Capitalism has taken over the Bourse - that temple to commerce in central Brussels - having previously travelled to Ghent, Arlon, Namur, Saint-Gilles and Mons.
Many Belgians born in the US are running into banking problems because of their status as “accidental Americans”.
Taxpayers in Belgium who have a bank account in another country stand a higher chance of a tax inspection this year, the finance ministry has announced.
Many Belgians are struggling with money on a daily basis, a new study by Test-Achats has found.
Savers in Belgium have almost half a billion euros stashed away in dormant bank accounts that they may have been forgotten about, according to figures from the Belgian finance ministry.
The Brexit vote in London isn’t quite in the bag yet, but Brussels isn’t waiting to launch its campaign to get multi-national businesses and organisations to set up shop in the capital of Europe.
One and two-cent coins in your wallet will be a thing of the past from December 2019, when all cash payments in Belgium will be automatically rounded to the nearest five cents.