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2. Where to you want to go, and how can you get there?
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Established in 1991, euroFINESCO, helps expatriates to make the most of their new life in Portugal. We are a full service company – ask us, we can assist you! We can be your one-stop-shop for advice and information, based on our long experience and extensive knowledge of the country and the way things are done.
euroFINESCO is here to guide you, keep you compliant and prepare you to meet your goals. For your daily life, a Tax Number, Residency Certificate and a Health Card can be indispensable. If you drive, you need to register your foreign driving license, and so on. We are here to help you cut the bureaucracy – been there, done it!
Portuguese Income Tax
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Evaluation - Analysis - Implementation
Bilateral Tax Treaties - Tax Residency and Compliance Matters
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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 migrating French nationals who enjoy Portuguese Non-Habitual Residency (“NHR”) as "tax exiles" and to Portugal as "a fiscal eldorado" within Europe. Some participants contend that this double relief (tax exemption for pensions both at source in France and for 10 years in Portugal with “NHR” status) is intrinsically unjust, depriving both states of much-needed tax revenues and increasing the burden on paying taxpayers. The scheme is seen as promoting unfair tax competition among the Member States of the European Union.