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‘Brussels IV’ and Portugal: How to ensure your legacy goes to the right place

‘Brussels IV’ lets expats override Portugal’s succession law to ensure their estate goes to chosen heirs – but beware the tax consequences.

Britons continue to move to Europe – Are you one of them?

Planning to move to Spain, France, Portugal, Cyprus or Malta? We can guide you through the tax implications and advantages of each country.

Right Place, Wrong Taxes (Portugal)

UK nationals living in Portugal need to make sure they are paying the right taxes in the right country – getting it wrong could prove costly.

Moving to Portugal? 7 questions that could save you money

Britons moving to Portugal can avoid costly mistakes and maximise tax-efficient opportunities with these 7 financial considerations.

What owning a slice of Portugal will cost you in tax

Get to know the full cost of owning property in Portugal, including local transfer and wealth taxes, capital gains tax and stamp duty.

Downsizing in Portugal needn’t mean short-changing your heirs

It’s possible to scale-down the size of your Portugal property to secure a comfortable retirement and still leave a lasting legacy.

Enjoy ten years of tax-free pensions in Portugal

Portugal offers much for Britons looking to retire abroad, including the potential for 10 years of tax-free UK income with NHR (non-habitual residency).

Capital gains tax in Portugal. How does it affect you?

Portuguese capital gains tax on property and shares depends on if you are resident, non-resident or if you benefit from the non-habitual residents regime.

Capital gains tax in Portugal – How does it affect you?

Portuguese capital gains tax on property and shares depends on if you are resident, non-resident or if you benefit from the non-habitual residents regime.

Take steps to future-proof your legacy in Portugal

Good estate planning for expatriates in Portugal means considering local succession law, taxes, how your legacy will be used – and your own needs.

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