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Owning Portuguese property through a company

Expatriates with corporate-owned Portuguese property may face higher capital gains and wealth taxes after recent rule changes.

Downsizing your home needn’t mean short-changing your heirs

It is possible to scale down the size of your property to unlock retirement funds and still leave a lasting legacy for your family.

Can you afford the cost of living longer?

Today’s life expectancy means retirement could last decades. How can you make your savings, investments and pensions last as long as you do?

Cross-border taxation: Gibraltar ‘residents’ under Spanish microscope

Scrutiny of Gibraltar ‘residents’ living in Spain highlights why understanding Spanish residency rules and cross-border tax planning is key.

Is your financial planning match-fit for today’s world?

Protect your wealth and limit taxation with financial planning solutions designed for you and your family by a local, regulated adviser.

Understanding tax residency in Portugal

By getting to grips with Portugal’s tax and residency rules, expatriates can ensure they meet their legal obligations and pay taxes in the right country.

Eight tax-saving considerations when moving to Portugal

With early and careful planning, you can make the most of tax-efficient opportunities when moving to Portugal or buying Portuguese property.

French income tax returns time

French income tax returns are due in May. Find out the dates, rates, deductions and what to declare for 2017 income tax and social charges.

It pays to think beyond residency when preparing for Brexit in France

The Brexit countdown is on to secure French residency, but expatriates can also benefit from reviewing their tax and financial planning.

How you are taxed in Cyprus: Income tax, defence tax and capital gains tax

A generous tax regime boosts the appeal of living in Cyprus. See how residents are taxed on income, pensions, investments and capital gains.

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