A second home in Italy If you have bought a house in Italy, but do not intend to live in it as your habitual abode, it will be considered a second home and not an “abitazione principale” or “prima casa” (main home). Under Italian law, […]
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Using this form you can insert and upload your information for your FY 2020 tax return (income received in the year to 31 December 2019 and assets held during the year). The filings are handled by Nico Bolla, a member of our team, and your […]
If you have a client or customer with an unsettled bill, we can help you to recover monies owed by drafting, on your behalf, late payment letters leading to a final letter before claim. If your debt is still outstanding after 7-14 days from the […]
Official Guidance on Meaning of Equipment (in Italian) “As is well known [sic], art. 1 of Decree of the Crown no. 246/1938 provides that “Anyone holding one or more of the following items of equipment which are suitable or can be adaptable to the reception […]
Tax in Italy Your liability to tax in Italy depends primarily on your residence status. If you are tax resident (read this article for an explanation of what this means) in Italy in any year – and you are either tax resident for a particular […]
We have been authorised by the British Embassy to certify documents. A copy of the certification can be seen below. You can upload documents to be certified by filling out the client registration form – on page three you can upload your documents in pdf […]