Italy’s Elective Residence Visa: what you need to know about it
The elective residence visa is one of the best types of visa to live in Italy, but it is sometimes referred to as a “rich person” visa because of the resources that are required in order to obtain one. It will be necessary to prove that you have enough passive income to sustain your life in Italy, that is, you will have to demonstrate that you can live in Italy without working, that you earn money from various financial resources, rentals and pensions. Other types of income are not considered passive.
Contract work in Italy: essential tips and recommendations
Moving to Italy, learning a new language, finding an apartment and looking for a job can take a toll when starting a new life abroad. Even after finally landing a job in Italy, you might feel tempted to just sign the employment contract and get it over with. However, a good foundation in the basics of Italian work contracts will go a long way to making that new life a bit easier.
After moving back to Italy from the United States in 2013, I realized how much an accounting and tax firm was needed to help expats living in Italy to comply with the local tax regulations.