The rules for non-residents of Austria differ from residents. Filing a tax return may be more complicated if a person comes from a country with which Austria does not have an agreement to avoid double taxation.
The rules for non-residents of Germany differ from residents. Filing a tax return may be more complicated if a person comes from a country with which Germany does not have an agreement to avoid double taxation.
If you have worked in Italy and need now to submit your tax return, be advised that there are some changes regarding the fiscal obligations as well: in other words, it means that the deadline to submit tax returns is postponed.
Are you working abroad? Are you not sure whether or not you are considered a tax resident?
Does the Italian tax system seem confusing to you? In this article, we summarize everything you need to know.
A 50% tax relief, so-called “Lavoratori impatriati” was introduced for individuals a few years ago, performing their working activity with a permanent residency in Italy. Thanks to this tax allowance, taxpayers were able to pay a progressive income tax on only 50% of their income.
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Are you filing a tax return in Austria? Do you need to attach the L1i form?
Do you work in Austria? Are you interested in ways to decrease your tax base and increase your tax refund?
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