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If Belgian administration wasn’t enough of a hurdle, the long-term financial implications of being an expat in Belgium are an added headache.

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Flanders’ minister-president Geert Bourgeois and budget minister Annemie Turtelboom have been asked to return from the summer holiday break early to explain their proposed budget cuts in the Flemis

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The number of pensioners in Belgium continues to rise, according to the annual report of the National Pensions Office (RvP).

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According to the Price Observatory’s quarterly report, published by the Belgian Federal Institute of National Accounts (INR), real estate in Belgium is 9% overvalued.

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Acting federal finance minister Koen Geens has said the government will appeal against a decision by the EU Commission that states that a government guarantee on funds deposited with Arco is illega

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Consumers of financial services made fewer complaints to Belgium’s financial ombudsman service – known as Ombudsfin – last year, and the largest number had to do with payment transactions, accordin

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April flowers bring May tax declarations

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Belgium received some positive financial news today, as Standard and Poor's elevated its credit rating from the depths of despair, slowly returning it to credibility.

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Yvan Mayeur, head of the Brussels social aid agency CPAS, has defended the €192,000 salary paid to Pascale Peraita, director of SamuSocial, the non-profit set up to look after the city's homeless.

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