Technical Specification of construction of property (Ficha Técnica da Habitação ou B.I. da Propriedade) will be replaced by the Building e-book

The Technical specification Sheet, which describes the main technical and functional characteristics of the building was created with the intention of protecting the buyers when buying a house, now this document has its days counted. The Government decided, in Council of Ministers, to end with this document, while approving the creation of the "Building e-book"

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Tax Free for non EU residents

If you live outside the EU, regardless of your nationality, you can get back the VAT of the products you buy and take back to your country of residence.

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Offices and shops obliged to have Technical Specification of construction of property (Ficha Técnica da Habitação ou B.I. da Propriedade)

Technical Specification of construction of property (Ficha Técnica da Habitação ou B.I. da Propriedade) its a document issued by the Engineer, indicating all materials used on the construction of properties with Utility licence dated after March 25th of 2004 as per the law no. 68/2004. This document is also request to all properties which have undertaken any alteration/extension and a new utility licence dated after March 25th 2004 has been issued replacing the old utility licence ..This document will become mandatory not only for properties, as now happens, but also for non-residential buildings, such as; shops or offices, among others.

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Paying Portuguese taxes from abroad

It is now possible to pay your Portuguese taxes from abroad, even if you do not have a Portuguese bank internet banking system.

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Tax Regime for Non-Regular Residents in Portugal - the NHR

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.

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