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With more options than ever for what you can do with pensions, quality advice for expatriates is crucial. How can you establish the best outcome for a financially secure retirement in Portugal?...

The revamped Social Security contributory plan for sole traders has been passed into law. Under the new regime, the deductions applicable to the self-employed will be based on the average income...

Expatriates moving to Portugal can potentially receive foreign income such as UK pensions completely tax-free for 10 years under a special scheme.
You may consider moving to Portugal for a...

Like many other countries, Portugal imposes a capital gains tax, but it only applies to gains made on real estate and investments. Personal items are not taxable, and assets being gifted or passed...

Among its essential objectives for the relaunch of the Portuguese economy and for the creation of employment, this government’s programme aims to reduce the high level of corporate debt and the...

Tax credits for charitable gifts for individuals are based on the “estatuto de mecenato” (patronage statutes), which divides contributions according to the nature of the charity. The amount of the...

Think about where you hold your savings and investments. Is there one area that stands out in terms of geographical region and asset type? For many expatriates, it is common to have a skew towards...

If you have a ‘defined benefit’ or ‘final salary’ UK pension that you have not accessed yet, you could find your pension is worth much more than you think. This is because current ‘transfer values...

With only one year to go until Britain officially leaves the EU, we explore how things stand for expatriates in Portugal under the proposed Brexit deal.

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