Financial advice in Italy
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An eco-sustainable or “green” house is a property that has low energy consumption and low management and maintenance costs.
Electricity and gas prices are on the move - let's see what changes came into effect on 1st January 2020 according to the tariff update established by Arera, the Italian Regulatory Authority for Energy, Networks and Environment.
A problem shared is a problem halved according to the old saying. Italy is not the only European country in which property taxes have an impact on the economy of families. Not only that, because it is not even the country in which property taxes are the highest.
Having an internet connection at home is a must nowadays. However, you could be paying much more each month than you should. That's why SosTariffe. it has compiled a list of tips for saving money.
A Bank of Italy survey on the cost of current accounts for individuals shows an increase in 2018, specifically a rise of 7.50 euros compared to the previous year.
If you have decided to buy yourself a house in Italy, you will surely have to furnish it.
Today we'll focus on electricity and gas bills in Italy. Let's see what changes are coming into force from 1st October 2019.
Buying a home to rent is still one of the most popular investments, both amongst Italians and foreigners. But for a rented apartment to be profitable, some aspects have to be taken into account.
When you have a second home in Italy, it’s often necessary to send money to the country to pay for bills, taxes and other living expenses of being an expat, but banks and money transfer companies can sometimes take advantage of exchange rates and fees.
From property tax changes to short-term rentals, the economic growth decree is a law that has been given the green light by the Italian House of Representatives and contains important measures for the real estate sector in Italy.
The guide to tax deductions for restructuring work on Italian properties, updated in May 2019, has been published on the website of the Italian Revenue Agency.
The new bill from the Italian political parties M5S and Lega, the so-called "simplifications package" or "pacchetto semplificazioni", has been given the green light by the House of Representatives and will now go to the Senate.