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Taxes / Re: partita iva
« Last post by rometony on April 21, 2017, 10:33:17 PM »
Thanks for the post

I have heard many things about this ,and its always a difficult subject to discuss, in the fact that it involves personal finance.The system doesnt seem as simple as in the UK.To that end  I shall leave it to my commercialista to sort out,after all thats what I pay him for!

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Taxes / Re: partita iva
« Last post by Tartufa on April 12, 2017, 05:53:26 PM »
Yes - I have a partita IVA and have done for 6 years now.  Very easy to register but why would you want to deregister?  I guess it's possible that someone might get back into employment from being self-employed rare amongst us lot I think.  Having a partita IVA has many advantages but a fair few disadvantages too.
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Taxes / partita iva
« Last post by rometony on April 12, 2017, 02:57:30 PM »

I have a commercialista
but does anyone have actual experience of registering and deregistering for the above?
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Sales and purchases / Re: Terremoti
« Last post by Relaxed on November 15, 2016, 01:55:39 AM »
Good to know that there were very few casualties in NZ. In that quake it was clearly important to warn about a tsunami - (though I must say I was a bit skeptical about the Italian prot civile advice to avoid lakes and beaches!)

On the central Italy quake sequence, here is 'an update' from INGV (the reference 'agency' for the protezione civile, and my favourite earthquake feed). Basically - it seems to me - they are saying that they have not got much of a clue about what happens next, but they're pretty sure that something will happen. This isn't because they are stupid, or lacking information: from reading this article these experts (along with the rest of us) agree that this current sequence is difficult to analyse on a conventional  'historical' basis.

https://ingvterremoti.wordpress.com/2016/11/14/sequenza-sismica-in-italia-centrale-rapporto-di-sintesi-sul-terremoto-del-30-ottobre/
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Sales and purchases / Re: Terremoti
« Last post by Orbito on November 14, 2016, 11:26:24 AM »
I hope any family and friends you may have in New Zealand are all safe and well

Thanks GR, a worrying day yesterday, for sure, but tracked everyone down and they are all fine. Most were sensible and headed for high ground when they heard the tsunami siren. My brother slept through it... ::)
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Sales and purchases / Re: Terremoti
« Last post by Brush Strokes on November 13, 2016, 09:01:40 PM »
Another interesting article here from The Times, although it is a week old now.

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/more-big-earthquakes-on-the-way-italian-scientist-warns-pv068w8mx?shareToken=595b5c26ec9fdd87ce40819410b13b68

I think though reading other articles recently this is perhaps old news to most of us here.
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Sales and purchases / Re: Terremoti
« Last post by dolcevita on November 13, 2016, 08:26:07 PM »
He is very annoying but it is interesting!!

According to his prediction a new round of pressure is coming resulting in another 4.6 quake to hit central Italy in the next week. >:( >:( >:(
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Sales and purchases / Re: Terremoti
« Last post by Grimsby Ranger on November 13, 2016, 06:45:56 PM »
As a Kiwi I have an earthquake alert app on my phone, it's amazing just how many there are around the world, every day.

I hope any family and friends you may have in New Zealand are all safe and well
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Sales and purchases / Re: Terremoti
« Last post by Orbito on November 13, 2016, 06:27:36 PM »
As a Kiwi I have an earthquake alert app on my phone, it's amazing just how many there are around the world, every day.
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