Financial advice in Italy
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Moving abroad and buying property in Italy can be a daunting experience, especially if you don't speak the language, or if you don't have the right advice or guidance.
As well its devastating effect on populations across the world, the COVID-19 pandemic has also taken its toll on Europe's economies, with many countries seeing widespread business closures, skyrocketing unemployment and rising debt.
The end of the summer, notably the month of September, was a positive period for mortgages in Italy during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the latest report on Italian credit prepared by Experian.
The strengthening of the recovery in economic activity and consumption in Italy is driving up energy prices and consequently, household bills. In this sense, things are almost back to pre-COVID levels, with electricity bills rising by 15.6% and gas bills by 11.4%.
One of Italy's latest tax deductions, included in the country's relaunch decree after the coronavirus pandemic, is the Ecobonus 100%.
The 2020 rental bonus, introduced to curb the effects of the economic crisis caused by COVID-19, will be renewed.
A GDP decline of more than 10% and recovery not before 2025. These are the predictions for the Italian economy according to Prometeia, the Italian consultancy company also forecasting significant repercussions for the global economic situation.
The COVID-19 pandemic in Italy has undoubtedly had consequences for the real estate market, however for the moment, it's not blocking mortgage applications in the country.
On 1st July 2020, new restrictions on cash payments in Italy will come into effect and the limit will be lowered, compared to the current amount, aimed at combating money laundering and tax evasion in Italy. Let's have a look at everything you need to know, including the changes and also the possibl
How does the "ecobonus 110" or "bonus 110" work?
What will the world be like after the coronavirus? This is a question being asked by many across Italy, and the world for that matter, in all aspects from day-to-day life to the future of the economy.
2020 emergency income is a new measure in Italy, part of the country's most recent decree law for the reopening of the country after the coronavirus crisis.