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Renovate a house in Italy by taking advantage of new tax credits: Super Bonus, Restructuring Bonus

on Jan 12, 2021 | 0 comments
Remember the craze for the one-euro house programmes? Finally, between the limited number of houses available, the constraints of putting together the application file and the resources needed to complete the operation, many of you have put aside your dream of having a house in Sardinia. But now, you can buy, at a reasonable price, a house requiring renovations and have part of the work financed through the new tax credits: Super Bonus, the Restructuring Bonus.
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The Italian Elective Residence Visa

on Jan 5, 2021 | 0 comments
The visa for elective residence permits to enter Italy, for the purpose of the stay, for the foreigner intending to settle in Italy and is able to support him/herself, without working.
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Ouvrir un compte bancaire en Italie

on Nov 22, 2020 | 0 comments
En allant vivre en Italie, vous aurez peut-être besoin d’ouvrir un compte en banque. Voici les démarches à effectuer pour être titulaire d’un compte courant. Si l’uniformisation des systèmes bancaires est un projet en progrès dans le cadre de la mondialisation financière, en revanche l’ouverture d’un compte bancaire en Italie peut vite tourner au casse-tête chinois. D’ailleurs, les Italiens ne possèdent pas tous un compte courant, contrairement à ce que l’on peut constater ailleurs en Europe.
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Giant steps: mysterious Sardinian sculptures to go on display

on Jul 25, 2020 | 0 comments
Some of the most mysterious statues from antiquity are finally to go on permanent display this week – 40 years after they were discovered by a ploughman on the Italian island of Sardinia. The Giants of Monte Prama include statues of archers, wrestlers and boxers carved in sandstone probably between the ninth and eight centuries BC, before Rome was even founded. They belong to the Nuragic civilisation, which flourished on Sardinia for two millennia until the second century AD.
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