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The IMI value will reflect the valuation of the second home due to market distortion

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The IMI value will reflect the valuation of the second home due to market distortion

The result of requests for reassessment of the taxable value of homes, justified by the fact that it is distorted relative to market value, will now be reflected in the IMI payable by the owner.

This measure is included in the State Budget Proposal for 2022 (OE2022) and will allow, in contrast to what is currently happening, to provide IMI with the same treatment that is already given today by the IRS, IRC, as a result of the second property assessment. or IMT.

The IMI Code provides that if a taxpayer, municipality or CFO disagrees with the result of a direct appraisal of city property, they can request or promote, respectively, a second appraisal with a period of 30 days prior to doing so from the date the taxpayer is notified.

This second estimate can be requested, among other reasons, when there is a distortion between the taxable patrimonial value (VPT) of the property (to which the IMI applies) and the normal and market value.

In these situations, a second assessment is carried out by the committee that sets up the new VPT. However, in the light of the legal regulations in force, the result of this second assessment, based on market distortion, is only taken into account for IRS, IRC or IMT purposes and not IMI.

However, as highlighted by Lusa Ricardo Reis of consulting firm Deloitte, the OE2022 proposal extends the results of this new assessment to IMI.

Thus, the inspector explains, the municipal property tax will also be calculated on the basis of the VPT established as part of this second assessment, which will ultimately lead to a reduction in the tax payable annually by the owner.

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On the evening of the 11th, the government presented to the Assembly of the Republic a proposal for OE2022, which predicts that the Portuguese economy will grow 4.8% in 2021 and 5.5% in 2022.

The first OE2022 parliamentary debate process will take place from 22 to 27 October, the day of the general vote. The final global vote is scheduled for November 25 at the Portuguese parliament in Lisbon.

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Mark Zuckerberg predicts hard times for Mete

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The crisis is global and affects everything and everyone. An example of this is Mark Zuckerberg’s Goal, who has already warned his teams of the tough times ahead.

The CEO warned his employees that “the headwind is strong.”


In May, Meta explained to employees that it could see a slowdown in the company's activity in the coming months. In fact, several teams are facing a frozen recruitment of new members.

June 30 employees Meta they stumbled upon an email that alerted them to the challenges the company would face in the next few months. The second half of the year will not be easy, and the company has already prepared employees for "hard times" and "headwinds".

Sender Chris Coxthe product director, explained that the head of the company foresees a "more economical" semester, which may require more employees than usual.

We need to execute a new project flawlessly in a slow growing environment where teams can't expect a massive influx of new engineers and budgets.

Lia-se no email.

Chris Cox, Product Director da Meta

Chris Cox, Product Director da Meta

The post mentioned new privacy laws, Reuters reported, noting that the restrictions put in place would jeopardize the company's earnings.

In recent months, the company's shares have not had their best days. After all, given this expected slowdown, investors have expressed concern about growth and investment.

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Roaming stays free in Europe for another 10 years and brings improvements

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One of the most important changes that have taken place in recent years in the field of telecommunications has been the abandonment of roaming in Europe. This scenario ensures that we can be located in any country in the European Union without paying extra for a single call.

The guarantee of the success of this process is its use from the moment of its implementation. Now it has been updated and is guaranteed for another 10 years with some new features and improvements that make it even more attractive and useful for users.


The new roaming regime in the European Union (EU) came into effect on Friday. This will allow people on the go to make phone calls, send messages and surf the Internet at no extra charge.

New Roaming rules, which entered into force on July 1, applies to the EU countries, as well as the European Economic Area, which includes Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. This is until 2032 limiting the cost of using mobile phones while roaming in Europe.

The new rules set a limit of two euros per gigabyte (GB) for data services this year, which will drop to 1.8 euros (euros)/GB in 2023. This value will continue to fall to 1 EUR/GB in 2027 for wholesale. rates.

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In addition to this service definition, there are also some important changes. Operators offering mobile services must guarantee consumers access to 4G or 5G networks when available in the country in which they are traveling.

For voice services the limits are 0.022 EUR/minute in 2022-2024 and 0.019 EUR/minute from 2025, while for messages (SMS) the maximum value is 0.004 EUR/SMS in 2022-2024 and 0.003 EUR/SMS from 2025 . .

It is with these rules that users will be able to visit any country in the European Union and receive prices that are practiced in their country of origin. These new rules will be in effect until 2032, guaranteeing this scenario without any restrictions.

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Inflation in Portugal for the first time since 2017 exceeded the European one. Tourism is to blame – ECO

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