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Portal das Financas: Applying for NHR

Portal das Financas: Applying for NHR

The NHR (Non-Habitual Resident) scheme is a low tax incentive introduced by the Portuguese Government in 2009. It is open to new residents who have not been taxed in Portugal during the previous five years. The applicant, if successful, then has access to reduced tax...

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Portable Careers: web developer

Being a web developer (as I am) is great for one good reason - I can work from anywhere. As long as I have my PC and an internet connection then I can work for anyone, anywhere I like. Of course it isn't as easy as it sounds, I have been a web developer for over 10...

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Portable careers: make a living as a travel writer

One of the simplest and easiest (and not to mention cheapest) ways of making a living which is portable is to be a travel writer. Being a writer generally is a great idea but of course the very act of moving abroad means that the travel writing niche is perfect. There...

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Starting a business abroad? Maybe TV can help!

Move Me Abroad has been contacted by a production company in the UK looking for couples and families who want to make changes to their lives and start running their own business but need some expert help to identify the right opportunity. In addition they are not just...

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15 Ideas for Portable Careers

15 Ideas for Portable Careers

If you're not moving abroad with work then one of the biggest challenges when moving abroad is how to earn an income. Here are 15 low-cost ideas to get you started and we'll be focusing on location independent careers in future posts so don't forget to come back!...

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How to Adapt as a Young Professional Abroad

Whether you landed your corporate dream job in a foreign country or you’re on your way to it through an internship that may last from six months to a year or more, moving abroad is a life-altering experience. You go through a lot of stages until you feel you...

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HMRC wants your views on tax residency in UK

The tax residency rules for the UK are somewhat complicated and it's not particularly easy to work out whether you are a tax resident or not. The government are hopefully going to sort this out and to do so are looking for views from expats or those who don't always...

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WWOOF your way abroad

A few people have asked me recently about how they can go abroad (short or long term) with very little money. The answer I have been giving is something that I have never tried but so desperately want to. That is WWOOFing. What is WWOOF? WWOOF stands for World Wide...

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