Discover how to save time and money, by managing your finances and overseas transactions with ease.
A guide to Belgian taxation in 2015 for expats, with up-to-date information on income tax, special expat tax status, VAT, property tax and other taxes in Belgium.
From opening a bank account in Belgium to paying your bills, here is Expatica's guide to the Belgian banking system.
Detailing health, home and car insurance in Belgium, here is our comprehensive guide to getting good insurance coverage in Belgium.
Sending money internationally can be fast and easy. Money transfer experts TorFX explains.
Find out how the banking system works in Belgium and the requirements to open a bank account, either before you move or once you’re living in Belgium.
Getting your finances in proper order before relocating overseas is vital to achieve happiness and be rid of any worries in your new home.
It is important to assess the costs and benefits of different transfer options to ensure you get the best deal on your international money transfers.
Other than health insurance, there are several other important insurances in Belgium for expats. Learn what they are to ensure your safety and avoid unexpected expenses.[Contributed by ING Belgium]
"Be realistic and carry on," says real estate investment strategist Pol Robert Tansens as he discusses what returns and risks buyers should expect when buying property in Europe today.
Belgian taxes can take a chunk out of your salary – calculate how much you have to pay in Belgian taxes and social security to find your net salary or net income.
Expatica's tax expert Gregory Goossens explains what business expenses you can deduct from your Belgian taxes when filing your tax return in Belgium.
Expatica's tax expert Gregory Goossens explains how to arrange your taxes after moving to Belgium and the tax benefits for non-resident Belgian tax payers.
Banking while travelling or living abroad is no longer a complicated matter; with the rise of digital banking, an expat can even set up a bank account before they move abroad.
If you're living in Belgium and working as a freelancer or self-employed worker, you must register to pay Belgian taxes and social security contributions.
Expatica's tax expert provides an overview of tax filing deadlines and an English version of the 2015 Belgian tax return to help you file your Belgian taxes.