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Fiscal Guide for short term rentals.

The Decree no. 50/2017 has introduced a specific fiscal legislation for the short term home rentals (no more than 30 days); the decree apply to rentals  executed from  1st June 2017.

Art Bonus to be revised.

Tonucci & Partners contribution by Francesca Perri at ItaliaOggi Forum concerning Art Bonus. The Art Bonus is not

Italian State aid: voucher for the internationalization of SME.

The countdown has begun for all SME interested in their internationalization through the non-refundable Italian State grant. The “Extraordinary Promotion Plan for the Made in Italy” is worth 26 million euros: the Ministry will assign this amount in on a first come first served basis until financial resources are extinguished.

Extension of terms for Tax settlement.

The Italian government spreads the opportunity to extinguish – without interest or penalties – the registry charges for fiscal purposes including local taxes and NHSS contributions : hence the tax payers have prolonged terms to file for the application for settlement.

A new agreement against the double taxation between Rumania and Italy.

With the formal exchange of the Government’s approvals, eventually the international treaty to avoid double taxation is in force between the two countries. Such new treaty substitute the previous international agreement executed in 1977 – with signing in Bucarest, subsequently ratified in Italy with the Law no. 680 – 18th October, 1978.

Stability Law 2018: new incentives for hirings.

During the next weeks the Italian Parliament will start to discuss the Stability Law for 2018, for which a first draft, containing a few interesting points regarding labour issues, has already been published.

CETA is now Law.

The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) established between the European Union and Canada provisionally became Law on 21st September. This agreement provides a significant reduction in customs duties between the two trading areas and improves the access for companies in these two areas.

Online sales of luxury goods.

In a legal dispute between a German company and its distributor, the Advocat General Mr. Whal at the EU Court of Justice stated that the sale of luxury goods can be reserved to a selective distribution without breaching the EU competition rules.