Financial advice in Portugal

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Send money to Portugal from UK

If you have a second house in Portugal, it may often necessary to send money there to pay for bills, taxes and other living expenses, but it’s sometimes difficult to know how to do it, whether with banks or with money transfer companies.
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Taxes for residents and non-residents when buying property in Portugal

The difference between buying a house in Portugal being a resident or not depends on the purpose of the house. If you buy a house to live in Portugal, you are buying a permanent home and are a resident, but if you do not live in Portugal and you buy property there it will count as a second home.
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Everything you need to know about the AIMI tax in Portugal

The Addition to the Municipal Property Tax (Adicional ao Imposto Municipal de Imóveis or AIMI) is, as the name implies, a tax levied on real estate assets. It was created relatively recently, in 2017, and many property owners in Portugal don’t know they have to pay the AIMI.
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IMI taxes: vacant houses gave 31.5 million to state coffers

The Portuguese Tax Authority (Autoridade Tributária or AT) closed 2018 with a cash inflow of 31.5 million euro from revenue from the Municipal Property Tax (Imposto Municipal sobre Imóveis or IMI) paid on dilapidated, vacant or ruined property.
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Tips to improve your "financial health" in 2019

The new year brings with it new goals and desires, be it eating healthier, going to the gym or running more. Still, it’s important not to forget about personal and family finances, and to still be ready for any future eventuality.
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How to collect your pension in Portugal

Retirement age is finally here, and you have big plans – moving to Portugal. And we salute you for your wise decision. With 3000 hours of sunshine per year, some of Europe’s most stunning beaches, beautiful cities and friendly people, Portugal sounds like the right choice.
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