Accountant Filippo as English speaking Italian chartered accountant, Commercialista Italiano che parla Inglese, will help you with the Italian Tax system, helping you with saving tax and ensuring you are operating complying with Italian Tax law.
Anyone willing to start a commercial activity in Italy can choose from a range of legal entities:
a) Snc (società in nome collettivo) or general partnership
b) where all partners are jointly liable for the firm’s debts and obligations.
c) Sas (società in accomandita semplice) or limited partnership with two different categories of
partners: Silent partners (soci accomandanti) and General partners.
d) SpA (società per azioni) or corporation.
e) Srl (società a responsabilità limitata), LTD type.
f) Sapa (società in accomandita per azioni) or limited partnership by shares.
Among the above mentioned companies the one far more popular is the S.R.L.
In fact both, the public deed of incorporation (atto costitutivo) and the company’s bylaws (statuto), have to
be drafted and executed before a public notary before starting any trade.
By filling a single notice (Comunicazione Unica) with the Companies House, the Enterprise will be also
registered with the Social Security Administration (INPS), with the Accident Insurance Office (INAIL) and
with the Italian tax Authorities , for the immediate start of business. Companies are also required to provide
the Companies House with a certified email address.
Limited Liability Companies are required to keep a minute book of board of directors’ meetings and a
minute book of board of Statutory Auditors. Any business must also keep two accounting books: the journal
book and the inventory book.
Companies must notify electronically the Provincial Labor Office of hiring personnel at least the day before
the employee begins working.
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