Live breakfast briefing with BNFIX & DFK PORTUGAL
Legal initiatives to attract tax residents: the Portuguese and Spanish models
Thursday march 30th
10.00h – 11.00h (Spanish time)
((·)) online via Teams (link by registration)
Augusto Paulino, Tax Partner of DFK International in Portugal
Carolina Mateo, economist in charge of international taxation at BNFIX Global
José María Hinojal, economist, partner and head of the tax department at BNFIX Global
Alba Pich, economist at BNFIX Global
States, cities and regions compete with each other, in the European Union or internationally, to attract and retain talent, capital, investors and companies, and the residences that result.
In this context, the tax aspects of all changes of company headquarters and of the residence of their managers and employees must be carefully considered to avoid surprises.
In order to try to approach these regimes, and as the phenomenon of changes of tax residence is the order of the day, we are organising this coffee with the firms of our international DFK network in both countries.
We will talk about the registration process of a non-resident company, the main characteristics of Non-Habitual Residents (NHR) and their taxation, comparing both models: the Spanish and the Portuguese.
In addition, for those non-resident companies, we will remind you of their tax obligations and the differences between the taxation and obligations of a non-resident, with and without a permanent establishment.
We will also review the content of the Double Taxation Agreement signed between Portugal and Spain and the tax treatment of dividends, interest and royalties.