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The Belgian government has developed a website for viewing an entire career history online: mycareer.be, reports Knack.
Nearly half of Belgians (48%) feel that they are not sufficiently prepared for retirement, according to a survey by CBC Banque.
Belgium's military unions find the proposals put forth under the federal government's new budget agreement “far from acceptable”, especially the adjustment to the pension scheme of the
Pensions minister Daniel Bacquelaine is working on a bill that entitles workers in Belgium to receive a minimum pension after a career of 20 years, instead of the current 30 years.
Government officials, employees and independents in Belgium can now consult more aspects of their retirement details online, such as the exact date upon which one can retire, thanks to a seri
The number of people in Belgium entitled to benefits from the National Pensions Office (NPO) increased last year to 1,938,773, or nearly one in five.
The number of 50+ workers is increasing in Belgium, according to new federal statistics cited by De Standaard.
Where does that leave your pension, and how can you make sure of building up your state, company and private pensions