Non-habitual Resident Status

Established in 2009, NHR, Portugal’s non-habitual residency tax regime, is something that has gained a lot of international excitement and attention. But as anyone who has tried delving into the scheme will know, it can quickly become a confusing topic. Watch the video below and find out more information! 

NHR is a tax regime, not a residency permit. 

The aim of the NHR regime is to attract financially self-sufficient foreigners to Portugal. NHR is a tax regime, not a residency permit.

NHR is a special taxation regime that is available under certain eligibility criteria to expats that recently moved to Portugal. This status grants certain tax exemptions and privileges over a 10 year period.

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We help you to make your decisions, to run estimates, to file returns and other reporting obligations, to ensure that you are fully compliant and always in a timely fashion.

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