The contribution amounts for Social Security in Italy depend mainly on the relationship between the company and the individual in question. Italian Social Security 2015:… Read More
Working in Italy as a freelancer or a contractor requires knowledge on several important aspects. Expatriates will need to know about taxation rates alongside social security and various other aspects highlighting requirements and necessary knowledge necessary from expatriates starting or continuing work in Italy.
Information needs to be supplied on Italian Payroll, expenses within Italy, Italian accommodation, pensions, working hours and many various other aspects involved with starting or continuing to contract and work within Italian borders. Our contractor guides provide a summary of practical and financial advice for contractors planning to work in Italy.
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The main income tax is levied on individuals as PIT (Personal Income Tax), known as IRPEF (Imposta Sui Redditi Delle Personne Fisiche). An individual is… Read More
If moving to Italy, you need to check your Italian healthcare eligibility. Individuals employed or self-employed within Italy are requested to register with the SSN,… Read More
The Servizio Sanitario Nazionale (SSN) manages the Italian National Health Insurance system with funding through direct taxation (IRPED/IRAP) alongside indirect taxation (VAT/taxes on petrol etc.). Read More
The Italian rental costs vary considerably in accordance with the size and the quality of the property in question. The facilities provided on site and… Read More
Since 1999, there have been two different kinds of Italian rental contract. The first is a ‘Contratto a Libero Mercato’ (free market contract) with the… Read More