For many years, UK nationals wanting to retire to sunnier climes with a relaxing quality lifestyle have for many years chosen to move to Portugal.
From the golf courses, beaches and restaurants in the Algarve to the vineyards and culture of Porto, Lisbon and the north, there is a villa and lifestyle to suit all.
On top of that, UK nationals can benefit from the very favourable 'non-habitual residence' tax rules during their first ten years in Portugal.
Our seminar will explore the lifestyle and location options in Portugal, and what you need to consider when it comes to:
Property • Non-habitual residence • Brexit • Currency
There is no charge for the seminar. Book now as places are limited. Refreshments will be served on arrival and after the presentation.
'Wet or fine, the air of Portugal has a natural happiness in it and the people of the country should be as happy and prosperous as any people in the world.' - HG Wells
Portugal is the oldest nation state in Europe and the Portuguese Empire was the first global empire in history and the Treaty of Tordesillas in 1494 effectively gave Portugal half of the 'new world' at that time. Its culture heritage is evident today with medieval castles and villages with cobblestone streets that fascinate all with even a passing interest in history. With year round sunshine, golden beaches, breathtaking views, almost 1000 kilometres of beautiful mainland coastline, and golf courses and restaurants to cater for every taste, Portugal offers a lifestyle in retirement second to none.
provides glorious sunshine with temperatures in the Algarve usually in the high 20s and early 30s. Even Winter offers bright sunny days with temperatures typically around 15 degrees.
including the world famous Oitavos Dunes, Vale do Lobo and Quinta do Lago courses provide variety and first class golfing experiences all year round.
is produced in Portugal - look at the endless rows of cork trees as you drive between the north and south of the country.
for its olive oil, cheese, fine wines and of course Port which has been produced and distributed across the world for centuries.
On Wednesday 10 May 2017 we will be hosting seminars focusing on some of the practical aspects UK nationals should consider ahead of a move such as:
Where should I move?
What do I need to be aware of in buying property?
How do the 'non habitual residence' rules work and would I qualify?
How will I be taxed?
What are the implications of Brexit?
How can I act when the pound improves against the euro?
There is no charge for the seminar and refreshments will be provided on arrival and afterwards. The series of talks within the seminar will address the areas listed above, for a total of around one and a half hours. Afterwards you will then have the opportunity to explore the issues from your perspective, on an informal basis, with any of the speakers over drinks and nibbles.
Portuguese Chamber of Commerce
Christina started her career in advertising and media relations, working first in London and then in Lisbon, before moving into magazine publishing in 1988. Having built a successful book and contract magazine publishing business in Portugal, with...
Gavin has been advising expatriates on their tax and wealth management for more than 20 years and has represented Blevins Franks in the Algarve since 2000. Previously, he was a founding Partner of an independent firm of financial consultants in the Sultanate of Brunei..
Geoffrey is a dual British and Irish national. After studying law at Birmingham and York and starting his legal career in Belfast and the City, he moved to Portugal. He has been living and working in Lisbon for..
Fine & Country
Richard Lamberth, is a founding partner and director of Fine & Country Algarve. He spreads his time between the Algarve and the UK where he operates his own business consultancy agency. Richard has a background in the...
Gary Owen is an Account Director for PremierFX, based in Reigate, Surrey, where he takes an active role in business development and analysis of the currency markets, regularly writing blogs and articles on foreign exchange..
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Wednesday 10 May 2017
Thomas Lord Suite, Lord’s Cricket Ground
St John’s Wood Road, London NW8 8QN
Morning Session: 11 for 11.30am start
Afternoon Session: 2 for 2.30pm start
Evening Session: 6 for 6.30pm start