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Henrik Brandão Jönsson: this will affect the English pensioners of the new tax laws

What do women think it about the tax changes? Then the value of the tax exemption came into force, the Swedish, the Finnish and the French retired in 2009, t

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Henrik Brandão Jönsson: this will affect the English pensioners of the new tax laws

What do women think it about the tax changes?

Then the value of the tax exemption came into force, the Swedish, the Finnish and the French retired in 2009, tens of thousands of UNION retirees, have purchased property in Portugal. The increase in the demand for housing has resulted in rents in Lisbon, has increased by 75 per cent. and gone out to most of the people in the surrounding areas. Real estate prices have gone up. If it turns out the the growth of all of the properties in Portugal, the value has increased by 16.6 per cent, according to the BIP, the Banco Internacional de Pagamentos. Against this background, the cheering for many spain of today and the hope is that the influx of relatively well-off in recession. < / p>

the way in which a lot is expected of the Portuguese state to get in.

It's unclear how much of the money, Portugal is going to get in on the basis of the new property tax. In total, there are approximately 30,000 UNION retirees, which is taken up by the Portuguese tax exemption, of which about 4,000, etc. Most of which are concentrated in the seaside resorts of Estoril and Cascais on the Portuguese riviera, the Atlantic coast is only a few miles outside the city. Given that more executives have moved to Portugal in the last few years, the socialistregering expect to make several million in taxes. Since before living the bank's former ceo, Anders Bouvin, the merger of Telia's former ceo Lars Nyberg, and Sandvik's chairman of the board Johan Molin in this country, and in the course of last year, it was also Sedana Medical's former ceo, Michael Ryan, come here. Only mr. Nyberg is estimated to have saved about 25 to 30 million in the move.

Slide 1 of 2 , Telia Sonera's ceo Lars Nyberg Photo: CLAUDIO BRESCIANI / TT, Slide 2 of 2 Photo: Christine Olsson/TT-Slide-show
it Will be the swedes, and the other wealthy non-residents to fly to Portugal right now?

' No.' The new tax is only 10%. The tax will not have any significant effect on the lives of the rich and the swedes, on the Portuguese coast. What's on the other hand, it can be as a result, the power of the rich swedes in Portugal is slowing down. I think some of the expats in Portugal, that is, DN has been in contact with. Sweden's finance minister Magdalena Andersson (s) has been previously called by the Portuguese, the tax exemption of ”unfair,” and stigmatised the swedes, who had fled to Portugal. Many retired people in Portugal have been affected by the so-called ”flyttskam” and wanted to tell you that they are moving to Portugal. < / p>

the new tax will be retroactive?

No, the swedes had the chance to breathe out. The tax will come into effect this year and will not be retroactive. According to statistics SWEDEN's figures, the increased amount of retired people who have moved to Portugal from the 777 million people in 2017 to 786 in the year 2018. At the same time, statistics from the Soliditet as to the number of the purchase of a house, in 2018, only 637. This is a decrease of nearly 15 percent compared with the year 2017.

for more information, see the End of the tax-free pensions in Sweden and Portugal, agreed to.

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