Are you considering becoming a tax resident in Portugal?

The Portuguese non-habitual regime could be the right solution for you. Whether you are a professional or a pensioner, you may have a low tax burden by moving to Portugal.

This attractive regime covers, for example, individuals with pension income or with income deriving from high value-added activities. Also, individuals with foreign income derived from interest, dividends, or capital gains, can benefit from a favorable taxation.

However, to be considered as a tax resident in Portugal you must meet some requirements. Watch this set of videos and learn how to qualify as a Non-habitual resident:

Don't lose the opportunity to use this tax advantages. Contact us and clarify all your doubts about this matter.



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