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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.
The planned introduction of instant bank transfers in Belgium has been delayed until next year, banking federation Febelfin has announced.
Do you need to be a dreamer to invest ethically?
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.
Belgians are tucking even more money away in savings accounts, despite interest rates at a record low of just 0.1%, new stats show.
The annual British Chamber Expat Financial Affairs conference offers essential advice in English on managing your finances as an expat in Belgium.
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.
‘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?