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  • Self-sabotage. Yes, sometimes we are our own biggest enemies when it comes to sticking to our personal budgets. For every commitment we make to saving money, there is always a temptation to spend just a little on ourselves. What happens when the silly concept of a personal budget gets in the way of the desire to shop? What else: we feel bad.

  • Every year, it is the same old story: we have to fill in our tax declaration. For many of you, this annual exercise is like a chore. It is a pity because a tax declaration, correctly optimised, can save you money by reducing your taxes.

  • Luxembourg’s tax reform package introduced at the beginning of this year was designed in part to make the country more attractive for companies looking to invest, including changes to the rules on corporate income tax.

  • A bank can attached more than one savings account to one current account and open more than one standing order.

  • Everybody knows they should do something for their pension, but more often than not we seem to think that our pension is still a long way away and that providing for it can wait another day. In this article I will explain you a bit more about pension savings plans.

  • According to our last poll, 44% of respondents save to acquire a house or an apartment. To help you, we wanted to put in perspective the tax deductible home savings plans (Bausparvertag).

  • Everybody knows they should do something for their pension, but more often than not we seem to think that our pension is still a long way away and that providing for it can wait another day.

  • An automatic savings plan (aka ASP) is a standing bank transfer order that transfers money from your current account to your savings account on a fixed date.

  • Both the piggy bank and the savings account have their role to play for putting money aside; each one just serves a very different purpose.

  • The question may be odd, especially if you are young and you are just starting out on the career ladder. The last thing you want to do is thinking about your pension.

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