Category: Matteo Renzi

Italy to target non-doms with new tax regime

Italy is to introduce a remittance-style tax regime aimed at attracting non-domiciled high net worth residents, just as the UK makes its rules in this area less attractive post the Brexit vote. The new measure in Italy’s Finance Bill for 2017 was approved by parliament last week, before its prime… – Continue reading

2015: A Watershed Year in Corporate Tax?

Multinational companies have enjoyed a sustained period of falling corporate tax rates around the world. However, with the conclusion of the OECD’s base erosion and profit shifting project earlier this year marking the start of fundamental changes to the international tax system, and with governments more determined than ever to… – Continue reading

Voluntary Disclosure: capital, relations spring (Italy Today, December 15, 2015)

Broader terms for the presentation of the report and the documentation related to the demands of voluntary disclosure. According to its statement in ItaliaOggi, assessments are under way between the tax authorities and the Ministry of Economy to allow more time for the completion of the procedures of the instances… – Continue reading

Italy to Get $4.4 Billion in Proceeds From Tax Amnesty

ROME—The Italian government will pocket over €4 billion ($4.4 billion) in proceeds from a tax amnesty it launched as part of a broad crack down on Italian money stashed abroad. The additional money will be a boon for the government, as it seeks to meet its budget targets amid a… – Continue reading

Agreements with Italy and Japan to avoid international double taxation

The negotiations conducted by the Ministry of Finance and the Internal Revenue Service (SII) for Chile to sign the agreements to avoid international double taxation with Italy and Japan have concluded successfully. “The successful completion of negotiations with two of the world’s major economies crown an exceptional year in strengthening… – Continue reading

Italy’s Renzi faces uphill struggle over Google Tax plan

Under pressure to find resources for his promises of sweeping tax cuts, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is hoping to raise billions of euros by forcing multinational Internet firms to pay taxes on profits generated in Italy. Treasury Undersecretary Enrico Zanetti said a so-called “Google Tax” could yield up to… – Continue reading