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The federal finance ministry is repeating last year’s experiment in which members of the public can show up in person to get help filling in tax forms during the month of June.

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There are currently about 100 families living in Belgium with 10 children or more, according to Famifed, the federal agency in charge of family allowances, writes Het Nieuwsblad.

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From April, anyone over the age of 55 with a UK pension will be able to draw the whole fund in one go if they so wish.

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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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