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Portugal in the top 10 retirement destinations Portugal climbed one position to 9th place in the international ranking for 2017, developed by International Living Magazine. The survey highlights... Read more
Subsidy for electric cars in 2017 One of the tax incentives in the 2017 Budget encourages the purchase of electric cars with a subsidy of €2,250. Attributed by the Environmental... Read more
Automatic IRS Reporting to speed up tax refunds Automatic IRS Reporting kicks off this year and should reach one third of Portuguese families. Next year, this measure will be extended to a... Read more
Life expectancy can reach 90 years by 2030 Life expectancy continues to rise in developed countries and in some of them, to over 90 years old according to a study published in the journal of... Read more
Portuguese Emigration ranks second in Europe Currently, more than 2.3 million Portuguese live abroad or 22% of the population. After Malta, Portugal is the European country with most... Read more
Permanent Residency in the UK now requires an 85 page form To register as a permanent resident of the United Kingdom now demands an 85-page form, presenting a history of water, gas and electricity bills as... Read more
FT report denounces confusion in the Portuguese long-term rental market The gradual end of rent control is still creating market distortions according to a comprehensive report recently published in the Financial Times.... Read more
Sole Traders: late payments to Social Security As of February 2017, Sole Traders who are late in their Social Security (SS) contributions will receive notifications with a minimum fine of €50.... Read more
Paying taxes via direct debit soon to be a reality Finanças is studying a solution that will allow taxpayers to pay their taxes by direct debit with a simple payment order where they bank. Foreseen... Read more
Nationality and effective links to the Portuguese Community One of the requirements for acquiring Portuguese citizenship is demonstrating effective links to the Portuguese Community. These connections are... Read more
Coercive assessments estimated to reach €1,100 million in 2017 Coercive assessments should allow the treasury to collect 1,100 million euros throughout fiscal year 2017. To reach this goal, the “AT” (Tax and... Read more
Importing a 100% Electric Vehicle When bringing an electrical vehicle from another EU state to Portugal, there is no assessment on the process. Nevertheless, one must still exchange... Read more
3rd revision of ‘Golden Visas’ targets small and medium company investment The government has modified the criteria for granting 'Golden Visas', reducing the required outlay to €350,000 from €500,000 to be invested in... Read more
EU banks attracted by Portuguese real estate boom With a flourishing market and higher spreads, European banks – including German and Dutch – are probing real estate developers in Portugal,... Read more
Malta Papers: who is using Malta to pay the lowest taxes in Europe The European Consortium for Investigative Journalism has obtained hundreds of thousands of documents identifying owners of more than 50,000 Maltese... Read more
SEF to speed up concession of Golden Visas The Government plans to create a priority process within “SEF” (Immigration and Borders Service) to accelerate the granting of Golden Visas.... Read more
Golden Visa update Between October 2012 and May 2017, the total investments raised by the Investment Activity Residency programme reached € 3.1 billion. Of this... Read more
Rent control frozen for another eight years Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa signed into law legislation extending for another eight years the freezing of rents for low-income... Read more

Malta Papers: who is using Malta to pay the lowest taxes in Europe

The European Consortium for Investigative Journalism has obtained hundreds of thousands of documents identifying owners of more than 50,000 Maltese registered companies, where the effective tax rate offered to non-residents is 5%. The Portuguese weekly, “O Expresso”, published some of the influential names found in these recently disclosed files.