Personal income tax (IRPEF) rates from 1 January 2022

These are the personal income tax rates that apply after 1 January 2022. For applicable rates before that date please click this link FY 2022 Rates of Italian Income Tax (based on annual income) Bracket of Income (annual amounts) Rate Cumulative Tax to Top of Band […]

Tax Step Up of Shares/Land and Buildings – Revaluation

Law Decree no. 17 of March 1, 2022, containing urgent measures for the containment of electricity and natural gas costs, the development of renewable energy and the relaunch of industrial policies, known as the Energy Decree was published in the Official Gazette no. 50 of […]

The Cassetto Fiscale – Fisco Online

What is it? The cassetto fiscale, literally “tax box”, is a service offered by the Italian Government that allows consultation of  a taxpayer’s tax information, such as personal data on the Tax agency database information data of tax declarations information on tax refunds tax payments […]

Land Registry Categories – Residential Property

The Land Registry Category is an important variable in determining the tax payable in respect of real estate.  All registered property in Italy is assigned a category. You can see the assigned category by getting hold of land registry extract or visura catastale. Italy has […]

Tax Credit for a Dependent Child

The Italian legislator, keen to encourage population growth has made provision for  tax benefits relating to children.  The tax legislation makes reference to minor child: a child under the age of 18 years old dependent child: a person is considered a family dependent if they […]

The 2021 Tax Return on FY 2020 income

Italy – Deadlines for Income Tax Returns Modello Redditi PF The tax return is called “PF” standing for Persone Fisiche (individuals). Modello in Italian means “Form”. The PF form is for use by individuals who are not able to present the simplified tax return (the […]

Taxes on Second Homes in Italy

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, […]

Working in Italy for a Foreign Company

Working as an employee full time in Italy If you are in Italy and thinking of working for an employer or client outside Italy, the legal, tax and social security ramifications can be complex. Liability of the employer to Italian social security If you’re resident […]

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