Italy's VAT split payment regime has been extended through 30 June 2023.
Italy's Digital Services Tax took effect 1 January 2020.
The Italian Growth Decree includes a number of tax-related provisions that will impact Italian entities across multiple sectors.
Italy has published a new law decree that outlines urgent measures for Italian economic growth.
A new law reduces the requirements that obligate a company to appoint a statutory or accounting auditor.
The Italian Supreme Court has denied a withholding tax exemption under the EU Parent-Subsidiary Directive.
In the event of a no-deal Brexit, Italy has provided tax guidance for Italian companies.
The Italian government published a decree implementing the EU's Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive into Italian law.
The Italian Parliament approved the 2019 budget law, including a reduction in corporate income tax.
Italian tax authorities have clarified that foreign exchange gains and losses are included in realized capital gains and losses.
An Italian ruling confirms that expenses incurred when conducting research on behalf of a foreign company are within the scope of the R&D tax credit mechanism.
A new tax amnesty program has been launched in Italy (please refer to Law Decree No. 119, dated October 23, 2018). The program is already effective, but has to be converted into law by December 22, 2018.
The program offers relief from certain penalties and interest if taxes are paid in full. In some instances, the taxes could be paid in instalments over a period of time.