If you own assets in more than one country, is it preferable to cover everything under one will, or have a separate will for each country? In a global world, it has become far more common for people to own assets in more than jurisdiction. As a result, we are often asked whether the … Continue reading Multiple wills? One Wills?
Italy narrows the scope of the special income tax regime for individuals who relocate to Italy to perform their working activity. It is the decision of the Lombardy regional office of Agenzia delle Entrate, the Italian Revenue Agency, which gave this negative response to the appeal of a French citizen residing first in Italy, then … Continue reading No Special Tax Regime for new resident workers without Italian citizenship – Niente bonus IRPEF per i cittadini stranieri impatriati
With the Brexit deadline getting ever closer, the UK Government has published a report to inform businesses and citizens on what they need to do to get ready for Brexit on 31 October if the UK leave without a deal. The No-Deal Readiness Report also sets out the preparation underway to ensure that goods continue … Continue reading Deal – No Deal
in the case of a no – deal all post Brexit trade in goods with the EU will require an EORI number “If you’ll be dealing with EU customs, you’ll need an EU EORI number. Get this from the customs authority in the EU country you first conduct trade with or that you request a customs decision from.” The above sentence summarizes … Continue reading EORI NUMBER – MOVE GOODS FROM / TO THE EU
Heirs or Testators of English-language wills are often puzzled by the formulaic redundant expression “I give, devise and bequeath,” used when specifying how a testator’s estate should be divided upon his death. Strictly speaking, a “devise” (verb: “to devise”) is a testamentary gift of real property (donazione di beni mobili), the beneficiary of which is known … Continue reading Terminology in a Will: Common terms explained – Hints for Italians
Il decreto legge che ha introdotto il reddito di cittadinanza prevede che possa beneficiarne solo chi è residente in Italia per almeno 10 anni, di cui gli ultimi due in modo continuativo. Ciò significa che gli iscritti all’Anagrafe degli italiani residenti all’estero (Aire), pur in possesso di tutti i requisiti patrimoniali per ricevere il sussidio, devono aspettare … Continue reading Italiani iscritti all’AIRE esclusi dal reddito di cittadinanza Il parere del Governo