As of March 2020, Non Habitual Residents in Portugal enjoy the following benefits: Pay no wealth taxes Enjoy tax exemption on gifts for family members Enjoy free remittance of funds to Portugal Enjoy a tax residency in an EU white listed jurisdiction Pay only 10% tax on foreign sourced income (launching soon, historically 0%) Pay [...]
As of March 2020, the following list of countries enjoy double taxation treaties with Portugal: Algeria, Austria, Andorra, Bahrain, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Cape Verde, Chile, China, Colombia, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, East-Timor, Estonia, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Germany Georgia, Greece, Guinea-Bissau, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Ivory Coast, [...]
Step 1: Firstly, you will need to register as a Portuguese resident and gain a Portuguese tax number via the relevant tax office. Step 2: Complete this online form to register for the use of the Portuguese tax authority’s website. Step 3: Your password will be delivered via mail, after which you can register yourself [...]
People of any nationality can apply for NHR. Investors, retired individuals, freelancers, digital nomads, business owners and a range of professional workers are eligible to apply to obtain NHR status in Portugal. The professions deemed to be “high value” under the NHR include, but are not limited to university lecturers in the STEM fields, surgeons, [...]
As of March 2020, the following criteria must be met to apply for the Portugal NHR: In order to be eligible to apply for Non Habitual Tax Residency in Portugal, you must have, or obtain, the right to reside in Portugal. You are also not allowed to have been a Portuguese resident in the 5 [...]
The NHR is Portugal’s Non Habitual Residency, an attractive tax regime intended to encourage investors, high net worth individuals and professionals who can make a significant cultural or economic contribution to the country.