Financial advice in Italy
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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.
Among the new features in Italy's reopening decree after the coronavirus health crisis, is the 2020 "bonus vacanze" (holiday bonus), a contribution to relaunch the tourism sector in Italy which has been strongly affected by the COVID-19 emergency.
Italy is now well into the frequently talked about phase 2 where the population are beginning to "live with" the virus. However, according to experts, the key to the containment of the virus is the correct management of movement, with particular attention being paid to public transport.
In 2019, the total for outstanding mortgages in Italy was the highest ever: it reached 332.418 billion euros. The study office of the Tecnocasa Group has analysed the data from the Bank of Italy.
With Italy's "Cura Italia" (cure Italy) decree law due to the coronavirus and in the midst of economic uncertainty, several measures have been introduced to help vulnerable and money stretched residents affected by the pandemic, including the possibility to request the suspension of first home mortg