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Only 10% of companies have registered their beneficial ownersWith the deadline rapidly approaching, only one-in-ten Portuguese companies have reported their beneficial owners. Late reporting incurs a charge of €35. Fines for non-compliance can range between €1,000 and €50,000...Read more
French “Great Debate” website attacks Portuguese “NHR”Opinions and proposals, shared on the "Great Debate" website (https://granddebat.fr/) – an initiative by French President Emmanuel Macron to respond to the protests of the “yellow vests” – refer to...Read more
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Minimum long-term rental contract to be one year New legislation stipulates that the minimum period for long-term rental agreements is one year and renewable for three years. According to the decree, “SIMA” (“Serviço de Injunção em Matéria de...Read more

The EU has broadened its blacklist of tax havens, adding 10 new jurisdictions; Aruba, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Fiji, the Marshall Islands, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Vanuatu and Dominica. They join Samoa, Trinidad and Tobago, and three U.S. territories of American Samoa, Guam, and the U.S. Virgin Islands which were already listed. The European Commission created its blacklist in December 2017 after revelations of widespread tax evasion schemes (“Panama Papers”) used by corporations and high net worth individuals to reduce their tax liabilities. Listed jurisdictions face enhanced financial scrutiny but as yet no sanctions.