EXPAT FINANCIAL AFFAIRS 2018
Expat Financial Affairs offers essential advice in English on managing your finances as an expat in Belgium.
Join our short and informative presentations on investments, pensions, self-employment and estate planning, and mingle with fellow expats over food and drinks. All of this hosted at BNP Paribas Fortis' beautiful La Chancellerie venue in central Brussels.
Click here for the list of sessions & topics.
VENUE 1 rue de la Chancellerie
DATE Tuesday 9 October
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Investment taxation for expats living in Belgium
Do you have a bank account and make financial investments as an expat in Belgium? We will offer you an insight into the tax consequences of those investments, depending on your fiscal status, in both Belgium and your country of citizenship. We will also help to ensure you are compliant with all tax regulations that might be involved.
Expatriates and their immovable property in Belgium
Buying a home is a monumental occasion, whether you’re starting fresh in a new Belgian city or building your dream house in the town that you fell in love with.
How to finance your future Belgian residence?
During this workshop, you will get information regarding credit solutions for property purchase: rules, credit types, warranties, costs, tax advantages, etc.
Expat estate planning: the importance of the marital status and the impact of the EU succession regulation
Marriage in Belgium involves more than just love. Once you move to Belgium, your marital status will come into play when assessing your Belgian taxes and marriage tax benefits, Belgium-based assets, and the taxes you could potentially pass to your relatives if the inheritance law in Belgium applies.
Tax on savings and investments in Belgium
Whilst taxes should never be the sole driver of an investment strategy, better tax awareness does have the potential to improve your investment returns. This presentation will explain the taxes payable in Belgium on various forms of savings and investments for both residents and non-resident expats and will provide tips on how to avoid the tax traps and highlight the tax saving opportunities available.
What happens if I die in Belgium and Understanding Life Insurance
Belgium has strict regulations concerning inheritance and taxes with various regional differences. This informative talk will outline the procedures in Belgium in the event of a death and will explain the important opportunities available to protect the financial future of your loved ones with the use of wills, marriage contracts and life insurance and how best to effect appropriate life insurance to maximise the financial protection of your dependents.