BPCC Business Breakfast - the end of forgein owned properties in Portugal?
How changes in tax regimes will affect businesses and business people in Portugal?Wed Jan 24th 2018 at 08:15
Rua da Torre d'Agua - Lote 4.11.1, , Central Algarve, Vilamoura https://www.myguidealgarve.com/events/business-breakfast-the-end-of-forgein-owned-properties-in-portugal
Hilton Vilamoura As Cascatas Golf Resort and Spa MAKE ENQUIRY
State Budget 2018: The end of foreign owned properties in Portugal?”:
The British-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce (BPCC) is holding a Business Breakfast this February to address how changes in tax regimes will affect businesses and business people in Portugal.
The State Budget for 2018 is based on an idea of stability, and appears to not have a significant impact on the lives of most taxpayers. However, it has introduced significant changes to certain tax regimes, such as the taxation of capital gains obtained from the sale of foreign companies that hold properties located in Portugal or the simplified tax regime for entrepreneurs.
The session will allow our members ample time to discuss this topic and to share their experiences and learn from each other. There will also be ample time during and after the session for BPCC members to network and engage with the speaker on matters of interest.
COST: €13,50 for Chamber Members and Hilton’s Club H20 Members and €18,50 for non-Members.
This cost is for the buffet style breakfast only and will be paid on the day directly to Hilton Vilamoura
Please confirm your attendence by email to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Monday 22nd January.
Cancellations will only be accepted if received at least 48 working hours before the event. No-shows will be invoiced.
These breakfast meetings present a great opportunity to do some networking as well. Places are limited, so reserve your place now!
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Filipe Abreu graduated in law from the Law School of the University of Lisbon in 2006 and has an Advanced Post Graduate in Taxation from the Economic, Tax and Financial Law Institute of the Law School of the University of Lisbon. He was admitted to the Portuguese Bar Association in 2009 and is a member of the International Fiscal Association.
Currently a lawyer at PLMJ, Filipe was previously advisor and deputy to the Portuguese Secretary of State for Tax Affairs (2011 to 2015), having been a member of the think tank nominated by the Portuguese Government to review the Portuguese Personal Income Tax Code in 2014. Filipe is also a regular lecturer in conferences and has several scientific articles published in the field of taxation.
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