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Brexit certainly put the cat amongst the pigeons - who will be next to fly away from the EU nest?

Well, our friends in the...

Now that Britain’s divorce from the EU has officially begun, will we soon know more about what Brexit means for expatriates in Portugal?

Not quite. Triggering Article 50 has just set off...

Income is reported in different categories:
A) Salaries
B) Sole traders
E) Capital
F) Property
G) Capital Gains
H) Pensions
– and is taxable in Portugal...

April 6, 2017 sees the introduction of an inheritance tax reform that will reduce the amount of tax paid by most estates. Announced in the 2015 summer budget, it effectively increases the...

One of the few surprise announcements in the UK Spring Budget was the ‘Overseas Transfer Charge’ – an immediate tax on certain transfers to offshore pension schemes. For some expatriates, this...

In Philip Hammond’s (pictured) first and only Spring Budget, there was very little to surprise and not much that had not already been announced in the 2016 Autumn Statement.

Personal...

Income is reported in different categories:
A) Salaries
B) Sole traders
E) Capital
F) Property
G) Capital Gains
H) Pensions
– and is taxable in Portugal...

It can be very tempting to hold onto what is familiar, particularly when it comes to investments, but familiar is not necessarily the right option. You may have owned ISAs and Premium Bonds for...

If you have recently moved or are moving to Portugal, you need to understand the tax implications of living here as a British national. Central to this is getting to grips with residency rules and...

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