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What UK homeowners in Portugal need to know about capital gains tax

If you sell a UK property while living in Portugal, you could face capital gains tax in both countries, so make sure you understand the rules.

Five questions to help future-proof your legacy in Portugal

Expatriates in Portugal need to understand local succession rules and inheritance taxes to ensure their estate passes to chosen heirs tax-efficiently.

Thinking about buying a Portuguese property? Six things you should know to save tax

What should you consider before buying a Portuguese property to limit exposure to capital gains, wealth and inheritance taxes?

The advantages of Portugal’s non-habitual resident tax regime

Britons moving to Portugal could receive foreign income like UK pensions completely tax-free for ten years under a special scheme.

Should you keep hold of UK investments in Portugal?

Expatriates often keep UK investments like Premium Bonds, ISAs, savings accounts, shares and bonds, but are they suitable for Portugal?

Is this the time to move to Portugal?

With beneficial tax regimes for new residents and guarantees for UK nationals post-Brexit, there may never be a better time to move to Portugal.

It’s tax return time in Portugal

Portuguese tax returns for 2018 income are due by 30 June. Find out the tax rates and what to declare for UK pensions, investments and capital gains.

‘Brussels IV’ and Portugal: How to ensure your legacy goes to the right place

Expatriates can override Portuguese forced heirship rules and ensure their estate goes to chosen heirs by applying ‘Brussels IV’ in their will.

How much capital gains tax will you pay in Portugal?

If you own Portuguese property or other assets, you could face capital gains tax in Portugal and also the UK, depending on your residence status.

New Portuguese law secures UK expatriates’ rights

The Portuguese government has locked in residency and healthcare rights for UK nationals in Portugal, even if there’s a no-deal Brexit.

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