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Portuguese Residential Tourism deemed best in EuropePortuguese resorts are considered to be the best in Europe among 26 residential tourism developments in 9 countries. According to 54 criteria in 10 categories, Portuguese holiday retreats ranked nº...Read more
EU Blacklist: addressing external fiscal challengesThe list of non-cooperative jurisdictions for tax purposes is a tool to tackle: Tax fraud or evasion; Illegal non-payment or underpayment of obligations; Use of legal means to minimise tax liabilities and money...Read more
“AL” occupancy in Lisbon plummets to 5%The impact of the Covid19 pandemic on the Local Lodging Accommodation (“AL”) market is devastating. In May, average occupancy rates reached only 5% in Lisbon and 3% in Porto,  worsening...Read more
“NHR” under pressure in France and PortugalBeneficiaries of retirement pensions from French sources (excluding public sector retirees) who settled in Portugal before 01 April 2020 may benefit from the Non-Habitual Resident scheme, an attractive tax-free regime...Read more
Naturalised foreigners double those born in PortugalIn 2019, more than 180,000 foreigners obtained Portuguese nationality, more than double the number of babies born in Portugal (81,351) over the same period. The number is a record high...Read more
Portugal is still the third most peaceful country in the worldIn 2020, Portugal ranks first among the most peaceful countries in the European Union as reported by the Institute for Economics and Peace. The worldwide classification is led by Iceland...Read more
Prime Minister promises specific support for youth employment“In the employment support programs, there will be specific measures to combat youth unemployment and in particular that of qualified young people,” said PM António Costa, stressing that “young people...Read more
Covid-19Please rest assured that whilst our offices are closed during  lockdown, Eurofinesco remains fully operational and accessible to all of our clients!   Owing to COVID-19, Eurofinesco has implemented risk mitigation measures...Read more

The annual income limit for self-employed workers who are VAT exempt increases from €10,000 to €12,500. The uplift was approved by the General Assembly as part of the belatedly approved 2020 State Budget.