(Chamada para a rede fixa nacional)
(Chamada para a rede fixa nacional)
Based on a favorable tax regime, is intended to attract to Portugal non-resident citizens, professionals qualified for activities with high added value, as well as individuals with a high net worth or purchasing power.
This attraction is based on the application of the exemption method as the preferred method of elimination of international juridical double taxation of foreign source and application of a special rate of 20% (mitigated and proportional taxation) to certain incomes.
In order to qualify as a non-regular resident, it is necessary:
a) To be a tax resident in Portugal:
It is a tax resident in Portugal, among others, who remains in Portuguese territory, in a given year, more than 183 days (consecutively or not), or who, having remained less time, on the 31st of December of that year, has the housing conditions that shows that the person might intend to maintain and occupy it as a residence.
b) Not to have been deemed as a tax resident in Portugal in the last 5 years prior to the application of the regime:
The person will have to state the non-fulfilment of the criteria necessary for being considered a resident on Portuguese territory during the previous five years.
– This regime also applies to migrants who want to return to Portugal.
The taxable person deemed non-regular resident acquires the right to be taxed as such during a period of 10 consecutive years, from the year of its registration, as a resident in Portuguese territory, having to comply with the requirement of residence every year.
The applicant must request to the Financial Services, adherence to the regime of Non-Regular Resident when applying to the statue of resident in Portugal or, later, through March 31, inclusive, of the following year.
Non-residents in Portugal who are willing to establish permanent residence in Portugal or who wish to return after a minimum of 5 years of absence (eg: independent professionals, pensioners, dependent workers). Or even non-residents wishing to establish themselves as temporary residents, result of secondment relations (eg: independent professionals, salaried workers, members of statutory bodies).
|TERMS OF ACCESS||To be considered tax resident in Portugal in a given year and not having been taxed as such in any of the previous five years|
|PERIOD DURING WHICH ONE CAN BENEFIT FROM THE REGIME||10 years|
INCOME TAX REGIME
Income from Portuguese sources:
By choice, may not be included income from categories A and B, when these are caused by activities with high added value, such as architects and engineers, artists, actors and musicians, auditors and tax consultants, doctors and dentists, professors, investors, administrators and managers, senior executives, as specified in Ordinance 12/2010, of 7th January.
|ACTIVITIES WITH HIGH ADDED VALUE||ACTIVITIES NOT CONSIDERED VALUE-ADDED|
|CATEGORIES A AND B||Rate of 20%||Tax regime identical to the tax resident in Portugal|
|OTHER INCOME||Tax regime identical to the||tax resident in Portugal|
Income from foreign sources:
The income from foreign sources - dependent work - are exempt from taxation in Portugal, since they are actually taxed in the source State and provided they are not deemed obtained in Portuguese territory.
The income from foreign sources – pensions – are exempt from taxation in Portugal, since they are actually taxed in the source State or they are not deemed obtained in Portuguese territory.
The granting of non-habitual resident status should be preceded by the time of registering as a tax resident in Portugal, or by 31st march of the year following that in which you become a resident in Portugal.
* The information above is only provided for informative purposes. Please consult the applicable