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Foreign Retirees pay 10% tax on foreign pension incomeSince last year, the exemption in Portugal for foreign earned pensions ended. Pensioners who have non‑habitual resident status pay a tax of 10% on retirement benefits paid by their country...Read more
Lisbon is the second healthiest city in the world for family lifeAmong the criteria under analysis by the British insurer CIA Landlord, stand out the quality of life, the crime rate, the number of schools, available outdoor activities and the cost...Read more
Benefits of investing via the Golden Visa investment program in Portugal– Visa exemption for traveling within the Schengen Area; – Family reunification even for children studying abroad; – Applying for permanent residence after 5 years of residency; – Applying for Portuguese citizenship after...Read more
Dual Citizenship in PortugalDual Citizenship in Portugal  Those who are contemplating taking on Portuguese citizenship often wish to retain their nationality of origin. Fortunately, Portugal recognises and permits dual nationality. There can be a...Read more
Opening and Closing a Business ActivityWhether for profit or pleasure, the truth is that there are many people who choose to be sole traders as a way to make a living. More than one out...Read more
Aggregate vs Autonomous Reporting OptionsWhen assessing Company profits, taxation occurs in a two-stage process: first, the Company pays Corporate Income Tax on its profits, then Shareholders pay Individual Income Tax on these distributed profits...Read more
Residency Rules and the Withdrawal Agreement - Frequently Asked QuestionsThe Withdrawal Agreement provides for citizens rights upon the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. The following are some FAQ’s based on policy set by SEF (Serviço de Estrangeiros e Fronteiras). Read more
Brexit - UK abandons Erasmus ProgrammeThe United Kingdom leaves the European student exchange programme, Erasmus, as a consequence of the post-Brexit trade agreement reached with the European Union. Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a replacement...Read more
State Budget 2021 - tax havensThe imposition of IMI and IMT for companies directly or indirectly based in so-called tax havens, approved in the State Budget, does not distinguish between the jurisdictions with which Portugal...Read more

The commercial agreement established between the United Kingdom and the European Union will allow the mobility of European and British citizens for short stays (maximum 90 days consecutively). As of yet, there is still no agreement for longer stays. The agreement does not cover the right of UK nationals to enter (with or without a visa) to work, reside or remain in the EU, nor vice versa.