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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Belgium's four biggest retail banks are planning to merge their cash machines into one standardised nationwide network from next year.
Staff of VRT are being “strangled” by the government’s budget cuts, according to protesters who marched from the public broadcaster’s building in Schaerbeek to the offices of the Flemish min
A Belgian cooperative aiming to build a new ethical and sustainable bank has successfully hit its €30 million fundraising target in just one month.