Income taxes in Italy

Social security contributions and occasional self-employment

When occasional services are carried out for an amount higher than € 5,000 (gross) per year, social security contributions must be paid. The obligation to contribute to the INPS Gestione Separata scheme is split between the client (2/3) and the service provider (1/3). Occasional self-employment relationships are characterized by the following requirements: The performance of …

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Professional gamer and income taxation

The tax aspects related to the activity of professional gamers. Obligations associated with the declaration of winnings related to tournaments, the opening of the VAT number, and aspects related to international taxation, including in view of tax planning. In recent years we have seen a growing media interest in the field of online gaming, e-sports. …

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Pension contributions paid abroad: purchase or totalization

Pensions in the international system: the social security protection of the worker who has paid pension contributions abroad. Redemption or totalization of foreign contributions paid to allow workers who have paid contributions in other countries to retire. Our guide to the international regulations on social security and social security of the worker. Job mobility has …

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Why Italy is your next destination

Italy has always been known for its high taxes, corruption, and byzantine bureaucracy, making it look like hell on Earth; why would you even consider moving there? This picture cannot be farther from the truth. Yes, Italy has a bad reputation in regards to bureaucracy and takes, but it also took several steps forward to …

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AVERAGE SALARY IN ITALY: GENDER, REGION AND CITIES’ DIFFERENCES

Find out what is the average salary in Italy and the most important factors to get paid more ​Everyone knows the saying “money cannot buy happiness,” but it is an important means to achieving a higher standard of living and well-being in the world we live in. Salaries in Italy are not among the highest in Europe (Switzerland being over €6,000; …

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