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As an expat working abroad, it’s not always possible to stay in your home country’s statutory pension scheme. This scheme is pillar 1 in the five-pension formats outlined by the World Bank.

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Many expats choose to stay in Belgium after they retire, deciding to enjoy the widely recognised benefits that Belgium has to offer in retirement.

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Since the launch of Brussels' local currency, the zinne, in March last year, more than 100,000 zinnes have entered in circulation in the Belgian capital.

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Starting this Tuesday, all online payments above €1,500 will have to be carried out with a method known as two-factor authentication in an attempt to make internet shopping safer. 

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Returning from holiday to find a letterbox full of mail? For half a million of us in Belgium, an income tax bill could be in that pile.

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The government of Flanders has announced an Emergency Fund of €265 million to save organisations from several sectors from ruin because of measures to limit the spread of the Covid-19 virus.

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You do not have to be a Belgian citizen to open a bank account in Belgium.

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The introduction of price-rounding in Belgian stores since 1 December has left many consumers wondering what to do with their bags of unwanted one- and two-cent coins.

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Belgium's four biggest retail banks are planning to merge their cash machines into one standardised nationwide network from next year.

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