Portugal is the world’s third worst tax destination for expat workers

A US survey into the countries with the best and worst tax rules for expats has revealed that Portugal is one of the worst places high-income expatriate workers could choose to become resident in. The report from AIRINC used marginal tax rates to calculate that Portugal was the third worst country behind Slovenia and Belgium. Conversely, Kazakhstan, Bulgaria and Guatemala are the top of the best tax-friendly locations.