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For British expatriates, it may seem like financial sense to keep hold of your house in the UK. However, recent changes have generally increased the tax burden for owners of residential properties...

Over the course of this year, I shall produce a number of articles on the key principles of financial planning.

Let’s start with the most sensitive area. Dying or, otherwise, estate...

The global trend for low interest rates is showing no signs of fizzling out. In March, when decision-makers at the Bank of England (BoE) unanimously agreed to keep the interest rate at 0.5%, it...

The term “wealth management” covers many aspects – savings and investments, pensions, tax mitigation, estate planning, asset protection etc. For many of us they are equally important, and across...

Tax planning is a fundamental part of protecting and maximising your wealth. Yet so many people do not review their tax planning often enough, or do not have all the knowledge they need to set up...

As published in the Decree-Law 11/2016, of March 8, an exceptional measure to support employment has been created, thereby reducing the contribution rate (taxa contributiva para a segurança social...

Some time back I wrote an article entitled ‘Offshore is dead – long live onshore’. The article was written taking into consideration the raft of legislation that has been implemented, like the US...

This is the fifth in a seven-part series on the self employed in Portugal

Question: What is the difference between Standard Accounts and the Simplified Regime?

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In his eighth Budget as Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne announced very few changes that are likely to affect expatriates on March 16 2016.

The Personal Allowance is increasing...

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