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Expat Financial Affairs offers essential advice in English on managing your finances as an expat in Belgium.
The FPS Finance this week started sending out reminder letters to the nearly 190,000 Belgian taxpayers who have not filed their taxes for income year 2015, writes Het Nieuwsblad
The federal tax authority in Belgium is to conduct an audit of foreign bank cards, but assures it will be done with full respect for privacy, says state secretary for privacy Philippe De Backer.
Last year in Belgium, 111,523 full-time self-employed persons earned less than €12,500 per year, while the European poverty standard for a single independent is €13,020 per year, writes Het Nie
So far, more than 2,500 Belgians have reported an offshore company in their tax return for fiscal year 2015, according to the FPS Finance.
The Free University of Brussels (VUB) was launched on the Brussels stock exchange Alternext last Friday. The university has issued bonds and raised about €61 million.
Inheritance can be a daunting affair. How much inheritance tax do you have to pay and what happens to your company when your business partner passes away?
Whether you’re seeking advice on buying real estate or are unsure about how to legalise your marital status in Belgium, the third edition of Expat Financial Affairs should answer at least some of y