started by: Fiuse-Hreis-985645 · last update: 1614597227 · posted: 1614597227

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started by: Belinda-925122 · last update: 1444982284 · posted: 1444809453

Am I right in thinking that any improvements to your home that reduces heat loss or saves energy such as double glazing and solar heating is tax deductable?

started by: Kenzie-925116 · last update: 1442351659 · posted: 1442351659

How can I check if  company is legally registered over here? 

started by: Belinda-925122 · last update: 1441197852 · posted: 1441102147

Has anyone else had a letter from their UK bank saying that their account is being closed and if so which bank are you with?  

started by: Belinda-925122 · last update: 1441102239 · posted: 1441102239

Can anyone recommend a broker who can buy shares for me please.

started by: Kenzie-925116 · last update: 1439420666 · posted: 1438863749

Could anyone recommend one as need to find a new one fast.

started by: Louie-925115 · last update: 1434585815 · posted: 1434284793

Is a will made in the UK valid in Belgium or do I need to make a new one - I have both property here and in the UK  and investments in the UK.

started by: Wilko-984986 · last update: 1428332012 · posted: 1428056936

can anyone recommend a good accountant please, with Belgian/UK knowledge?

started by: Kenzie-925116 · last update: 1424769615 · posted: 1424674258

What rights do employers have here to require you to have a medical half way through your contract?  and Can I refuse?

started by: Isabel-925119 · last update: 1424080178 · posted: 1424080178

We are going to the USA and then onto Canada for a holiday in the summer and I need to sprt out travel insurance as my current one only covers the EU and their policy for USA is not that good.  Can someone recommend  very comprehensive policy that allows for sporting activities such as hrse riding and scuba diving.

started by: Maddison-925120 · last update: 1421144367 · posted: 1421144367

If I have a complaint about a sale of goods and got no joy from the shop who sold it - is there something like trading standards that they have in the UK that I can speak to for advice?

started by: Jessie-984993 · last update: 1416923276 · posted: 1416659952

Hello everyone, I'm in the process of renewing my british passport. Only problem is, as mentioned on the .gov website, the passport photo needs to be signed by someone who has a british identity.   How, where, who could I approach for signing my passport photo in this part of Belgium (Ghent)?

started by: RHP-478771 · last update: 1413110504 · posted: 1413110504

Can anybody recommend an online insurer for an assurance Habitation or House and content insurance? Thanks.

started by: Kenzie-925116 · last update: 1411548593 · posted: 1410532579

If you get married here is the marriage recognised in non-eu countries?

started by: Louie-925115 · last update: 1411212720 · posted: 1410256666

I'm advised that should the vote for Scottish Independence be a "yes" result, the value of the pound may be affected by as much as 10%. That's a potential devaluation by as much as 10%. So, if anyone is thinking of exchanging an amount of currency, either way, it may be worth doing it before the vote (for sterling to euros), or afterwards, (for euros to sterling).

started by: Belinda-925122 · last update: 1408620996 · posted: 1407837973

Can someone advise who I should go to for help in retreiving my deposit from my ex-landlord.  When we paid the deposit we paid two-thirds cash, one-third by cheque.  The landlord is now claiming I only paid with two cheques, and he claims he only banked one of them.  I can show bank statements that show the cash withdrawals for the amount I paid in cash.  The landlord is unable to produce the 2nd cheque that he claims I gave him but that he has not banked. Where do I go next?  Any advice? thanks.

started by: Bryony-779018 · last update: 1404467253 · posted: 1404417364

Hello Does anyone know where I can get rid of all my copper coins (I hate them! Australia has the best idea of getting rid of them completely!!). But I have a lot, and don't know if I can just take them into a bank or if there are those dispensers like they have in UK for them? I'd be grateful for any ideas. Thanks.

started by: rainbow-379185 · last update: 1398782762 · posted: 1398426475

I am thinking of buying a house or apartment here and was wondering how easy or difficult it is to obtain a mortgage at the moment.  I am self employed and have one year's records of Belgian income.

started by: Berkeley-620436 · last update: 1398162281 · posted: 1398081823

I wonder if someone could recommend a lawyer with a knowledge of UK property law please?

started by: LilyMay-925121 · last update: 1396954358 · posted: 1396954358

We have just concluded our house purchase and need to sort out a will, we already have one drawn up by a UK Lawyer can we just add to that or must we have one done here in Belgium?

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