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The federal government has claimed or reclaimed €201 million in the year to 30 September as part of its stepped-up plan to tackle social fraud.
Belgian companies, including branches of multinationals, last year stored about €221 billion in profits in various offshore tax havens, reports Le Soir based on figures from t
The Belgian tax authorities are investigating the financial activities of US internet giant Google in Belgium, reports Le Soir.
The 'white cash register', or new smart cash register, has led to 22,000 extra jobs being declared in the hospitality industry, writes Het Laatste Nieuws based on data from th
The Belgian police are henceforth required to automatically pass on the details of a domicile check to the social inspection services, with an aim to cut down on fraudulent practices a
The Belgian government this year shut down more than 2,100 'ghost companies', or registered businesses that failed to submit a financial statement in three or more years, writes De
Every three days on average, thieves use stolen mail to rob thousands of euros from unsuspecting Belgians, according to new figures from the national postal service Bpost.
The Brussels-Capital Region is working on a new website for parents to find out whether a local nursery is officially approved, writes Bruzz.
The body of a 90-year-old Belgian woman who died last month has been cryonically frozen with the intention of being revived later should it ever become possible, reports VTM Nieuws.