Moonshot Alert #2 - Portugal 🌴
& how to optimize for quality of life
Happy Friday everyone!
Welcome to another Moonshot Alert.
These alerts are dedicated to finding opportunities with 10X upside in business, investing, and lifestyle design - off the beaten path.
Yes, they’re about making money. For example, two weeks ago, I wrote a detailed report on Ethereum. It’s up 50% since.
But ultimately, the goal we’re going for is freedom - and quality of life.
doing whatever you want, wherever you want (e.g. swimming in the Mediterranean)
whenever you want (e.g. on a sunny Tuesday morning)
with whomever you want (e.g. with your friends, spouse, dog, children, etc.)
without anyone telling you where to be, what to wear, or what to do.
And what better place to enjoy life than sun-drenched Portugal.
Portugal is one of the easiest countries to move to in the world.
Anyone, no matter where they are from, can obtain residency in Portugal by simply meeting minimum financial requirements (which are really low).
The quality of life in Portugal is fantastic - and it’s cheap.
On top of that, you may be able to legally qualify for very attractive tax exemptions.
So if you’ve been wanting to spend a few months of the year (or the whole year!) in tax-free Paradise while sipping vinho de porto and eating freshly caught bacalhau for a fraction of what it would cost elsewhere - then Portugal is for you.
This alert will show you the exact step-by-step process to obtain residency in Portugal.
🏝️ Why Portugal?
Sea, cities & sun. Portugal has some of the most beautiful coastlines and charming cities in Europe. And the weather is incredible.
The cost of living is low. Expect to spend 60% less in Lisbon than in any major Western metropolitan city.
Taxes can be very low - as low as 0% on income, capital gains, and investment/rental income.
The process to obtain residency is fast, easy, and cheap (you don’t need to invest anything in Portugal) - and is available to everyone.
After a few years of residency, you’ll be able to qualify for a Portuguese passport - which is a fantastic travel document that allows you to live anywhere within the Schengen area.
If you’re not European it’s an easy, fast, affordable access to a low-tax, high quality of life, and a European passport a few years down the line.
If you’re European, it’s a Paradise by your doorstep with incredible weather, low taxes, low cost of living - all close to home.
🏖️ What you’ll learn in this PRO Alert
🏆 The most underrated visa in Portugal no one is talking about
👙 The 2 ways to qualify for residency in Portugal
🏄 The step-by-step application process
📈 Contact details of a trusted local immigration lawyer
💰 Exactly how much it costs to move to Portugal
⚖️ Portugal’s special tax regime for foreigners: how to live tax-free in Portugal
🛂 How to get a Portuguese passport
🎙️ Date of our next Q&A call
The full Moonshot Alert is reserved for subscribers of Moonshot PRO Alerts.
In the next 36 hours, you can get access to Moonshot PRO Alerts for 40% off.
When you join, you’ll automatically get access to:
The full details on how you can move to Portugal and take advantage of all its incredible incentives
The first Moonshot Alert that details how you can earn up to 30% additional income on your Ethereum holdings while you wait for them to soar in value (already up 50% since the report came out…)
2 live Q&A calls with me
Going forward, 2 full Moonshot Alerts every single month
Access to the full archive of subscriber-only Alerts.
After 36 hours, the discount will automatically expire.
If you’ve ever wanted to live a few months a year (or the whole year) in sunny Europe, I highly recommend you check out the full Alert.
And if you decide to join us, I look forward to meeting you on our next call.
Have a great weekend,
I have property in Portugal and my husband is Portuguese. I’m curious how you concluded that taxes are 0 for rental income, capital gains, etc, that’s not what I see. I’m at 0 taxes in Netherlands at the moment, considering Portugal as a residence but I’m unsure if taxes are so favorable.
Have you lived in Portugal Alex? Can you get by without speaking Portuguese?