Expatriate Portgual
Quality of Living Survey
 
The Mercer Quality of Living Survey ranks some of the best cities in the world for quality of life, based on factors such as environment, public services and transport, schools and education, health and sanitation, housing, and recreation. Both Spain and Portugal feature in the top 50 cities in the world :
 
44. Barcelona Spain, with an index figure of 100.6
45. Lisbon Portugal, with an index figure of 100.3
48. Madrid Spain, with an index figure of 100.2
 
 
 
Top Ten Portuguese Cities (Popularity)
 
1. LISBON - Capital city with Evora's Roman temple
2. SINTRA - Historical town
3. EVORA - A museum town
4. OBIDOS - A medieval city
5. PORTO - A major port city
6. BATALHA and ALCOBAÇA - World Heritage architecture
7. TOMAR - Home of the knights
8. LAGOS to SAGRES - The waters at end of the world
9. MARVÃO
10. BRAGA - The Baroque City


 
Expatriate Financial Needs, Key Areas :
 
  • Residential Finance
  • Commercial Finance
  • Tax Advice
  • Legal Advice and Help
  • Insurance Needs
  • Health Care Requirements
  • Pensions and Retirement Income
  • Investment/Savings
  • Banking
 
If you have any enquiries in regards to expatriate finance in Portugal, just complete the form to the right to be put in contact with a qualified and regulated professional, who works with expatriates in Portugal. All initial enquiries are free of charge, with no obligation.
 

 
 
 
 
Links and Contact


   
 

Portugal's Leading Financial Advisory Firm

Imperius Asset Management

Avenida 25 de Abril, 
50-1ºD 2750-512
Cascais Portugal
 
QROPS | Pensions | Insurance | Investment | Health Care | Retirement Planning
 
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Tax in Portugal
 
 

 
Portugal Corporate Tax

In Portugal the standard corporate tax in 2010 is 25% for income exceeding EUR 12,500 with the addition of up to 1.5% municipal tax making a total of 26.5%.
 
Companies in the free trade zone of Azores and Madeira are eligible for a reduced tax rate depending on the type of company and the year in which the company was set up in the free trade zone.



Major Banks in Portugal