Sandra De Bruyker joined AIRINC’s Client Engagement team in Brussels as a Client Engagement manager in 2007.
Ireland has always had a long history of emigration.
The excitement of moving to a new country, meeting people, eating different food, learning a new language, experiencing local culture, and, more importantly, integrating in society—I carried these feelings along with lots of goodies in my suitcase that still remind me of how my home in India came with me on my new assignment.
When I moved back to Germany in 2019 after 15 years in the UK, one of the things I looked forward to the most was German Christmas markets.
Belgium has had an expatriate tax concession since 1983 – almost 40 years. But starting in 2022, the rules are changing.
It has been over 18 months and I have not seen any of my colleagues in person: how am I going to deal with this any longer?
An eye witness account of the Brussels attacks from Oscar Rasson, an AIRINC Brussels Cost of Living Surveyor who was on his way to work.