You are right to look forSubmitted by stevegwmonkseaton on Fri, 08/02/2019 - 17:22
You are right to look for confirmation of what you need to be looking at, being an EU citizen (for now) does make a difference, I doubt 1 & 2 above apply. Hopefully others here will advise the correct position for you, but I would still look around for more information - look for official sites... Good luck!
Do you want a business or toSubmitted by modicasa on Sat, 08/03/2019 - 03:00
Do you want a business or to work as a self employed person with a ditta individuale? until December 2020 the rules dont change - technically. So you dont need a PdS (assuming you are a European national) - and all you have to do is get your residence, open a partita IVA which also registers your activity and you're up and running. The days of there being only 3 barbers allowed in a town, or 4 bars which open on a Sunday are long gone. Opening a VAT number will get you into the system - then you need to decide on your financial situation which depends on your age, but there are incentives for people opening a new company with tax incentives for the first five years.
In reply to Do you want a business or to by modicasa
HiThanks for the reply. I do contract some pieces of work to others to do for me but I do not "employ" them as such, so I think that self-employed would work fine at the start.The UK leaves the EU on October 31 and as I understand it, Italy was the first country to guarantee continued rights for UK citizens already living in Italy so we would need to move quickly in order to avoid more difficulty with items #1 and #2 from my list.Mark
Hi mark. Not sure if you areSubmitted by Carrodh on Fri, 09/13/2019 - 09:02
Hi mark. Not sure if you are still looking to move to italy. As modicasa says there are incentives and I currently have been reading about the one in Molise, albeit a long way from Ferrara (we live 50 km from Ferrara). Have a look at Italy Magazine for their article. The incentive will be more geared to bring home Italians to a depopulated area in towns of 2000 inhabitants and under. As modicasa says, take a look.
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Yes, Italy is an amazing…Submitted by LoreneRoy21 on Wed, 04/27/2022 - 11:56
Yes, Italy is an amazing country, and I also like visiting it. And I'm thinking about moving there later. Italian culture is amazing, but for me, somethimes it can be hard staying there and communicate with others because American culture is a little bit different. And if you are also thinking about having business in Italy and living there, you should not forget about cross-cultural communication. It's a very important thing nowadays. I was writing a paper on its' importance. And found one site with paper examples on cross cultural communication where I read some info, which was totally new for me. Communication is the key to success, and when it comes to cross-cultural communication, then you have to be ready to improve it and not be afraid of the difficulties which may appear.