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Segurança Social In Portugal: What Is It And How Might It Help You?

Posted by: Scar on Monday June 17, 2019 (17:01:19)   (296 Reads)
Ah, bureaucracy. It’s not a favourite word for anyone, and that includes expats. The last thing we enjoy doing when moving to a new country is tackling all the paperwork and applications that are necessary to ensure we’re fully covered in every aspect of our new lives. In this guide, we’ll be looking at Segurança Social (the Portuguese social security system) as well as the country’s NISS (social security number).    more ...
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Portugal's New Investment Credit Line: Are There Opportunities For Expats

Posted by: Scar on Monday May 20, 2019 (09:19:23)   (135 Reads)
In a bid to help Portuguese migrants who are looking to return and invest in their home country, the minister of Foreign affairs, Augusto Santos Silva, announced in a recent cabinet meeting that emigrants will be granted an approved credit line on their return home.    more ...
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Should You Switch Banks When Moving to Portugal?

Posted by: Jamie on Thursday September 26, 2013 (01:03:59)   (9276 Reads)
Navigating the world of banking can be difficult at the best of times, but when you’re moving to a whole different country it can be almost impossible to work out what to do with your money. Keep the bank you’re currently with and hope they have enough branches to make it worthwhile? Move to a local financial institution and hope that the legal jargon in their terms & conditions doesn’t say anything too prohibitive?

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