This is a (very) simplified table of the registration taxes due on certain documents. The tax office will apply the tax according to the substance of the effect that the document has, not the form.
The Italian 2020 Finance Law has made some changes to the tax rules applicable to “Ticket Restaurant” (luncheon vouchers or meal tickets). These vouchers are commonly used by Italian businesses to assist employees traditionally predominantly to cover the cost of the mid-day meal. In […]
Italian Council of State refers Airbnb’s appeal to the ECJ Airbnb has recently written to its hosts to say that the Italian Council of State has decided to refer to the European Court of Justice the issues raised in Airbnb’s appeal against the ruling of […]
What is the double whammy in Italian tax? The “double whammy” is what hits new businesses in the second year after start-up. No tax in your first year You pay no tax in your first year of operations but the tax due for that first […]
If you are in Italy and thinking of working for an employer or client in the U.S. the tax and social security ramifications can be complex. If you’re resident in Italy and hired as an employee of a U.S. corporation, then the U.S. company will […]
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 […]