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Italy: New tax law measures affecting individuals

Italy: New tax law measures affecting individuals

The Budget Law 2018 includes measures that may affect the taxation of high net-worth individuals, including:

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  • Measures that change the tax treatment of capital gains and dividends from certain shareholdings, whether the individuals are residents of Italy or non-residents
  • An extended deadline for electing the optional step-up regime for land and shares 
  • A tax amnesty program for cross-border workers and for individuals who previously were residents abroad
  • A new definition for “permanent establishment” (PE) to include an agency PE if a person acting on behalf of a non-resident entity, concludes contracts for that entity
  • Amendments to the rules for the taxation of income from investments in companies located in countries with preferential tax regimes (“tax havens”)
  • New measures for the registration tax applicable for deeds 
  • A new due date of 31 October, for filing individual income tax returns
  • A provision to treat the income from online “peer-to-peer lending” as capital income
  • Capital gains treatment for performance-linked bonus payments in shares

 

Read a February 2018 report [PDF 196 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Italy

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