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FAQ’s: Freelancers and the Simplified Regime Sole Trader Start-up Many foreign residents plan to open a small business when they move to Portugal. Regardless of your interest or motivation, it is essential to understand the basic requirements...Read more
VISA D2 for a Sole Trader or InvestorThe request for a Residence Visa to exercise an independent professional activity or to become an immigrant investor (visa D2) is normally issued to the applicant in his country of...Read more
Changes in NHR AssessmentUnder the final version of the 2020 State Budget, pensions will no longer enjoy full exemption from taxation in Portugal. Instead, pensions will be subject to a flat tax of...Read more
Hybrid “AL” letsQuestion:  I have only been able to let my local lodging unit during the high season. There is now a potential tenant who wishes to rent the apartment from October...Read more
Tax authorities simplify IRS payments IRS in instalmentsWith the Tax and Customs Authority (“AT”) asking taxpayers to remain at home by using digital channels, the process for IRS payments in instalments has been simplified. If you have...Read more
US Expats: Tax basics when living abroadTax planning is an essential part of preparing to move abroad. You will continue to have reporting obligations and possible tax liabilities in the States based on your US nationality...Read more
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
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

During this month of August, at least half of the number of flights registered at Lisbon Airport has resumed according to the data from ANA - Airports. Air traffic has begun to show signs of recovery after the 93.8% drop in the second quarter as compared to the same period in 2019. Due to the pandemic and consequent movement restrictions, the number of passengers fell by 97%. Airports expect to only recover their usual volume of passengers by 2024.