28-Jun-17 17:43 - By Giulia Lombardo
Italy to legalise killing of burglars who break in at night?
Italy is in the process of legalising killing burglars who break in at night. The new law could allow citizens to legally kill unarmed burglars who break into their property at night, as part of legitimate defence. Therefore, mind your family relations because someone could take the chance of getting rid of you pretending they thought you were a burglar. Joking apart, concern was raised towards possible pre-meditated murders within families, covered as legitimate defence.
28-Jun-17 17:41 - By Giulia Lombardo
Italy high up the table of complex tax systems
Italians have always complained about heavy taxation. From now on they could complain even more, as apparently Italy has one of the world’s most complex tax systems. The study was carried out by TMF, a global provider of business and compliance services, which has produced a financial complexity index, ranking 94 jurisdictions across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, the Pacific area and the Americas. TMF Group says it used four weighted complexity parameters, considering the accounting and tax rules and regulations in different jurisdictions, and the risks associated with non-compliance. Turkey is the world’s most difficult country for accounting and tax compliance, followed by Brazil. Turkey is the most complex jurisdiction in which to stay financially compliant because of the extremely high number of tax articles. Italy and Greece are in third and fourth places.
31-May-17 13:06 - By Giulia Lombardo
Italy is giving away castles, inns and farmhouses!
If you’ve always dreamt of living in an Italian castle, this is your chance! Italy is giving away on a 9-year free lease 103 castles, towers, inns and farmhouses. However, all that glitters is not gold! To get hold of the luxury properties it’s necessary to turn them into tourism facilities, such as hotels, restaurants or care centres, leisure centres, training centres, artisan shops, Spas or medical care centres, to meet the needs of tourists, pilgrims and cyclists.