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6.7.2023 Exchange of Information between European tax authorities

The number of automatic information exchanges between the Tax and Customs Authority and counterparts in […]

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22.6.2023 How to track and report crypto transactions for tax purposes

Track your crypto transactions for tax purposes

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21.1.2023 Lawyers Who Code: An Exploration

Lawyers who code

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4.1.2023 Ultimate Guide for Crypto Taxation in Portugal for 2023

Portugal has updated its cryptocurrency tax policy, introducing new regulations for individuals and businesses in the country. The changes to the Personal Income Tax Code, effective January 1, 2023, define a “crypto asset” and cover capital gains, staking, mining, salary paid in crypto tokens, and the issuance of tokens. Capital gains from the sale of crypto assets held for less than 365 days are taxed at 28%. Profits from the sale of crypto assets held for 365 days or more are excluded from taxation. Portugal has also introduced guidelines for individuals who wish to open a professional activity in cryptocurrency.

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1.2.2022 Sweden terminates Double Taxation Treaty (“DTT”) with Portugal

Double tax agreement between Portugal and Sweden gets terminated. Major impact on the NHR.

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20.11.2021 NFT – Non fungible token in Portugal

This article aimed to discuss and reflect on the regulatory and taxation scene of NFTs […]

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