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Non-Debt Certificate Request

 Non-debt Certificate 

 ISSUED BY THE PORTUGUESE TAX AUTHORITIES 

The non-debt certificate, officially named "certidão de dívida e não dívida" (debt and non-debt certificate), is typically needed to confirm that an individual is free of debts, indicating their tax affairs are in order.

The taxpayer's tax situation is considered regularized under the following conditions:

a) No outstanding taxes or related payments, including interest, are owed by the taxpayer;

b) The taxpayer is permitted to settle the debt through installments, provided a guarantee is furnished as per legal requirements;

c) There is ongoing litigation regarding the legality or enforceability of the enforced debt, with a guarantee in place as per legal provisions;

d) The tax enforcement process is temporarily suspended under Article 169(2), with an accompanying guarantee as stipulated by law.

The tax clearance certificate holds validity for three months and is commonly sought, for instance, when applying for public support programs or seeking subsidies or funding for a company.

For individuals with unresolved tax matters, the tax clearance certificate provides a clear summary of the outstanding amount owed to the tax office.

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What's required?

To request a non-debt certificate issued by the Portuguese Tax Authoities you just need the following:

  • NIF number

  • Password to access the Tax Office Portal

 

3

What's the process like?

Place your order and wait for us to email you the instructions on how to securely share the required information with us.

We'll then obtain your certificate and email it to you.

 

2

How long does it take?

Once we have the information we need, we'll be able to send you your Non-Debt certificate within 48 business hours.

 

Place your order and relax - we got it!

Disclaimer: 

Please be aware that the process can only commence upon receipt of all necessary documents/information. The timeframe is calculated exclusively on working days, excluding weekends, official Portuguese holidays, strikes, and any other technical errors from the relevant entities (social security, tax office, post office, etc)

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