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Fiscal Representative in Portugal

Fiscal Representative in Portugal

A fiscal representative in Portugal is required for non-EU companies in this country. Such businesses must appoint a tax representative, with clear responsibilities regarding their registration for the payment of taxes, VAT included. In the following lines, you can find out some of the tasks of such a specialist, specifying…
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Open an SPV in Portugal

Open an SPV in Portugal

If you want to open an SPV in Portugal (Special Purpose Vehicle), you can opt for dedicated services offered by one of our company formation agents. We can explain to you what the formalities are and what you need to do to register this structure. In the following lines, you…
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Open a Joint Stock Company in Portugal

Open a Joint Stock Company in Portugal

A joint stock company in Portugal can activate under the limited liability company structure, one of the most popular in this country. If you want to open a company in Portugal and select this type of structure, our local specialists can provide support with the formalities involved. In the following lines, you can find out information…
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Payroll in Portugal

Payroll in Portugal

Payroll in Portugal can be carried out by specialists in the field, who, with the help of dedicated procedures, can calculate and deliver salaries to employees in a company. If you are interested in Portuguese payroll taxes, we recommend that you contact one of our specialists and discuss all the aspects that interest you.…
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Initial Coin Offering in Portugal

Initial Coin Offering in Portugal

The legislation related to financial activities in Portugal is aligned with the directives of the European Union. Even if there is no specific set of laws with reference to virtual currency and digital tokens, the Bank of Portugal supervises operations using this type of currency. If you are interested in establishing ICOs in…
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Open a Cryptocurrency Company in Portugal

Open a Cryptocurrency Company in Portugal

Portugal is one of the few countries in the world that has not implemented a charging system for the use of virtual currency, for individuals. If you want to open a cryptocurrency company in Portugal, you may do that by choosing the proper legal structure and following the incorporation steps like…
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Open an Online Business in Portugal

Open an Online Business in Portugal

Starting an online business in Portugal is not a complicated process for local or foreign entrepreneurs. Plus, the Portuguese authorities sustain online businesses with different advantageous encouragements. First of all, you will need to register a single-member limited liability company or develop your activities as a sole trader in Portugal. But all the details…
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Open a Startup in Portugal

Open a Startup in Portugal

The startup ecosystem in Portugal aligns with important and appreciated business hubs from abroad and allows small or young entrepreneurs to access funds in a fast manner. The Portuguese government offers support through varied programs and incentives, letting businesspersons enter quite fast on the market. Those interested in opening a startup in Portugal can…
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Open a Shop in Portugal

Open a Shop in Portugal

Having a business in Portugal means, besides profits, taking advantage of a stable business climate and the possibility of developing the activities in a reliable manner. International investors can direct the attention to establishing branches or subsidiaries of their firms or can introduce other operations too, depending on their business needs. Opening a…
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Open a Trust Company in Portugal

Open a Trust Company in Portugal

The Trust Law in Portugal mentions that trust is the type of agreement that can be established by two or more settlers who can legally transfer stocks, properties, bonds, or loans to trustees. Trust companies are seen as legal entities that act as fiduciaries or agents on behalf of other companies or natural persons…
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