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Bank branches in Belgium are shutting down at a rate of more than one a day - and residents in the country's poorest towns are the most at risk of losing access to their bank, new figures reveal.

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The planned introduction of instant bank transfers in Belgium has been delayed until next year, banking federation Febelfin has announced.

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Depending on your situation, you might be ready to buy property just a few months after arriving in Belgium. Or it might take you a few years.

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Belgians are tucking even more money away in savings accounts, despite interest rates at a record low of just 0.1%, new stats show.

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The annual British Chamber Expat Financial Affairs conference offers essential advice in English on managing your finances as an expat in Belgium.

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The federal government is paying nearly €2.2 million a year in rent for a 10,000 square-metre building in Schaerbeek where only 40 civil servants work.

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‘Financial affairs’ is a broad term, but the British Chamber of Commerce in Belgium tends to hear the same kinds of questions from expats over and over: How do I get a loan to buy property?

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Expat Financial Affairs offers essential advice in English on managing your finances as an expat in Belgium.

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