TAX REGIME FOR NON-CITIZENS

The non-habitual resident regime is special personal income tax regime for new residents in Portugal that offers excellent tax opportunities for passive income, foreign pensioners, employment and independent personnel services (Self-employed). It is an extremely completive regime, when compared internationally with other favorable tax regimes.

 

BENEFITS OF NHR STATUS 

NRH status provides for two separate sets of benefits in terms of the origin and nature of the income earned:
-    Foreign-sourced income: interest, dividends and other financial income, capital gains, income from employed and self-employed work, property income and income from retirement and other pensions;
-    Portuguese-sourced income: in-come from employed and self-employed work.DURATION OF NHR STATUS

Registration as a Non-Habitual Resident confers the right to be taxed as such for a period of 10 years as from the year of registering as a tax resident in Portuguese territory.

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The non-habitual resident regime is special personal income tax regime for new residents in Portugal that offers excellent tax opportunities for passive income, foreign pensioners, employment and independent personnel services (Self-employed). It is an extremely completive regime, when compared internationally with other favorable tax regimes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BENEFITS OF NHR STATUS 

NRH status provides for two separate sets of benefits in terms of the origin and nature of the income earned:
-    Foreign-sourced income: interest, dividends and other financial income, capital gains, income from employed and self-employed work, property income and income from retirement and other pensions;
-    Portuguese-sourced income: in-come from employed and self-employed work.DURATION OF NHR STATUS

Registration as a Non-Habitual Resident confers the right to be taxed as such for a period of 10 years as from the year of registering as a tax resident in Portuguese territory.

Read more

THIS INFORMATION IS NOT INTENDED TO BE A SUBSTITUTE FOR CONSULTING THE APPLICABLE LEGISLATION

The non-habitual resident regime is special personal income tax regime for new residents in Portugal that offers excellent tax opportunities for passive income, foreign pensioners, employment and independent personnel services (Self-employed). It is an extremely completive regime, when compared internationally with other favorable tax regimes.

 

BENEFITS OF NHR STATUS 

NRH status provides for two separate sets of benefits in terms of the origin and nature of the income earned:
-    Foreign-sourced income: interest, dividends and other financial income, capital gains, income from employed and self-employed work, property income and income from retirement and other pensions;
-    Portuguese-sourced income: in-come from employed and self-employed work.DURATION OF NHR STATUS

Registration as a Non-Habitual Resident confers the right to be taxed as such for a period of 10 years as from the year of registering as a tax resident in Portuguese territory.

Read more

THIS INFORMATION IS NOT INTENDED TO BE A SUBSTITUTE FOR CONSULTING THE APPLICABLE LEGISLATION

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