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Simonetta La Grutta, Partner & Head of VAT, and Mario Spera, VAT Principal, of Bernoni Grant Thornton analyze the latest pronouncements of the EU judges and the effects on the application of the national law.
Last updated on 17 July - The Ministry of Enterprises and Made in Italy (MIMIT) has recently published in the Official Gazette the Decree dated 16 March 2023 on the Approved templates for certificates and counterparts, also in digital formats, on beneficial ownership information and the Decree dated 20 April 2023 on the [...]
Last updated on 24 May - Following the entry into force of so-called “Bollette” decree (Law Decree no. 34/2022), some amendments were introduced to the provisions concerning the concessional settlement of unpaid taxes introduced by Budget Law 2023 (please refer to previous alert dated 20 gennaio 2023). In particular [...]
Last updated on 28 March Budget Law 2023 (Law no. 197/2022) and so-called “Aiuti Quater” Law Decree (Law Decree no. 176/2022 converted into Law no. 6/2023) have introduced various changes and corrections to the Superbonus regulation, which have affected, on the one hand, the requirements necessary to define the percentage of [...]
Last updated on 28 March - Under art. 1, paragraphs 65 and following ones, Budget Law 2023 (Law no. 197/2022) provides, for companies operating in the retail sale of consumer product, for the possibility to increase the deductibility limit related to the depreciation rates of the cost of instrumental buildings. These goods, therefore, will be deductible [...]
Last updated on 28 March - Budget Law amends the provision establishing the flat-rate regime - art. 1 of 2015 Stability Law (Law 190/2014) – by raising the threshold of revenues or consideration received for which it is possible to determine a flat-rate income to be subject to a fixed substitute tax equal to 15 percent [...]
Last updated on 28 March - In art. 1, paragraphs 126 to 147, Budget Law 202 introduces for the first time a set of rules aimed to regulate the tax aspects related to the income deriving from the holding of crypto assets and to allow taxpayers to regularize their position with the tax authorities due to breaches committed in relation to the statement of crypto [...]
Last updated on 3 March - Under art. 1, para. 153-252, Budget Law 2023 (L. n. 197 of 2023), entered into force on 1 January 2023, officially introduced the one-off measures already announced in the Draft Law proposed by the Government in December 2022. These measures are aimed at preventing disputes and settling disputes between the tax authorities and taxpayers [...]
Last updated on 28 February - Art. 1, para 384, letter b) of Budget Law 2023 (Law no. 197/2022) increased the limit on cash transfers from 1,000 Euro to 5,000 Euro starting from 01 January 2023. With the amendment above introduced by the Budget Law it is forbidden to transfer cash or bearer securities in Euro or any foreign currency for any reason [...]
Last updated on 28 February - Art. 1, para. 273 of Budget law 2023 (Law no. 197/2022) focuses on the tax treatment of accounting errors, whose regulation had been recently amended by art. 8 of Law Decree no. 73/2022 (so-called “Simplifications Decree). The new article limits the subjective scope and thus the scope of application of the provision to those businesses [...]
Last updated on 27 February - The deductibility limit within the "normal value" (pursuant to Article 9 of TUIR) is reintroduced for costs deriving from transactions with companies or professionals respectively residing or domiciled in "non-cooperative" countries or territories for tax purposes. However, the aforementioned limit does not apply in case of evidence of the effective economic [...]
Last updated on 31 January - Budget Law 2023 extended the revaluation of the tax cost of participating interests in non-listed companies under art. 5 of Law no. 448/2001, extending its scope of application also to participating interests traded in regulated markets and multilateral trading facilities. It also extended the revaluation of agricultural and building land under art. 7 of Law 448/2001. [...]
Last updated on 31 January - The tax reliefs introduced concern in particular i) the possibility to apply a substitute tax (instead of corporate income tax and regional production tax - IRAP) on extraordinary gains on disposals and on reserves subject to taxation on distribution which have been written-off; ii) the possibility to use the cadastral value of buildings, instead of [...]
Last updated on 31 January - Budget Law 2023 (Law no.197 29.12.2022) was published in Official Gazette no. 303 S.O. 43 on 29 December 2022 n. 303 S.O. 43. Below is a brief description of some of the most important issues. The rates of the tax credit already granted in 2022 to partially offset the higher cost incurred by enterprises for the purchase of electricity and natural [...]
Last updated on 7 July - Ministerial Decree no. 55 dated 11 March 2022 introduced provisions on the submission of information on beneficial owners of businesses incorporated as legal entities required to register with the Companies’ Register pursuant to art. 2188 of the Italian Civil Code, of private legal entities required to register with the Register under Presidential Decree no. 361/2000, of trusts having [...]
Last updated on 28 February In the last few months, the Government introduced material amendments to the norms regulating the 110% Superbonus and the so-called “minor tax bonuses”, which led, with the so-called “Sostegni-Ter Decree” to an actual block of the tax credits market. The Government started this initiative with the issuance of the Anti-fraud Decree (Law Decree no. 157 dated 11 November 2021 [read more]
Last updated on 28 February - Specifically, it is provided for that in case of transfer of a business or business unit, the registration tax and mortgage and land registry fees apply to the transfer of operating properties for a fixed amount equal to Euro 200 each. This is a significant exception to the general regulation, which provides for the application of a proportional [read more]
Last updated on 28 February - Art. 6 of Law Decree no. 146 dated 22 October 2021, as amended by art. 1, para. 10 of Budget Law 2022, repealed the “old” Patent Box regime and substituted it, with effect from tax period 2021, with a 110% increase in the deduction for IRES (corporate income tax) and IRAP (regional production tax) [read more]
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Paolo Besio, Partner, comments the so-called “Cura Italia” Decree by the President of the Republic