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While media headlines focus on fiftysomethings cashing in their pension for a new car or holiday, many are still weighing up their options.

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With women statistically earning less over their lifetime, there’s a risk of increased financial pressure at the end of their lives, especially for the single, divorced or widowed.

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The gold reserves belonging to the Belgian state will not be repatriated, as reports suggested earlier this week, the National Bank of Belgium (NBB) announced.

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According to a report by the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development), an alliance of the world’s wealthiest countries, Belgium’s income tax burden is 10% higher than the avera

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 In days gone by, Belgian high street banks had the market for private banking to themselves.

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As it is now in Belgium, the biggest portion of your assets following your death automatically goes to your children.

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Crowdfunding, the practice of financing a new business venture with small contributions from a large number of people, is not popular in Belgium.

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Fatca investment advice for local expats:  two seminars in Waterloo and Brussels on October 14 and 15.

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The financial capability of European countries last year rose above the level of before the financial crisis in 2008s.

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