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Apartment or house? Buy or rent? Finding the right housing solution in Luxembourg is not always easy.

Here you find tips and tricks on how to settle in, organize your move or find the ideal flat share!

How can you protect your children against the dangers of the Internet?

Cyber crime, harassment, data theft and bullying are some of the dangers lurking on the Internet for our children. To protect them, prevention, as well as education, are essential.

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5 things to factor in before taking out your home insurance

Fitted kitchen, risk of flooding... When it comes to home insurance, each country has its own specificities. For anyone insuring a home in Luxembourg for the first time, here are 5 factors to watch out for.

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Insure your devices outside your home

Mobile phones, tablets, laptops... today we are lost without our mobile devices. And yet they are rarely insured outside our homes.

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10 signs that your insurance policy is out-of-date

In our lives there is never a dull moment. So when exactly should you think of reviewing your home insurance cover?

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Is your wine cellar properly insured?

Your wine cellar is covered by your home insurance. But if you have a certain number of fine vintage wines, it may be time to check your contract.

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Travel insurance: are you covered?

Loss of baggage, tropical illness, or a simple sprain... When travelling, such incidents can quickly become a disaster. Contrary to popular belief, the insurance included with your credit card proves to be insufficient in many cases.

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Becoming a homeowner in Luxembourg: what you should know before taking the leap

Buying a home in Luxembourg entails high prices, but the real estate pressure is offset by multiple tax incentives...

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Moving to Luxembourg: our tips for getting settled

It's decided, are you moving to the Grand Duchy? Before you settle down, it is better to know some specificities of the country...

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Flat share in Luxembourg: find a room for rent stress-free

With soaring rental prices, the young trainees or working professionals in the Grand Duchy are more likely to choose to live under...

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