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Take time to review your finances for Portugal

Expatriates should review their residency, tax, property, estate planning and pension options to make the most of today's opportunities.

Owning Portuguese property through a company

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

Reviewing your pension options in Portugal in the face of Brexit

Expatriates in Portugal today can leave pensions in the UK, take a lump sum, transfer overseas and more, but Brexit may limit the options.

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.

Preparing for Brexit and residency in Portugal

Will British expatriates be able to stay in Portugal after Brexit? See more about the cut-off date and steps you can take to secure residency in time.

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.

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?

How much capital gains tax will you pay in Portugal?

How much is Portugal capital gains tax on property, foreign property, second homes and shares? How are residents and non-residents affected?

Pension advice in Portugal: Six tips for getting it right first time

With Brexit approaching and so many pension options for expatriates in Portugal, quality advice is crucial. How can you get the best results?

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

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

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