18th September 2018
MGI Worldwide accountancy association member, Pierpaolo Vannucci, Partner from Lucca-based MGI Vannucci e Associati, Italy, has published an article discussing the fiscal, administrative and contributory benefits related to setting up an agricultural business in Italy.
In this edition of Tuscany's Grapevine Magazine, Pierpaolo outlines how Italian law views the two categories of agricultural entrepreneur:
- Direct cultivator
- Professional agricultural business person (IAP)
Specifically relating to IAPs, he explains which professional skills are required to qualify for this category, such as having the right diploma, owning or working in an agricultural business, and possessing a certificate from a professional agricultural training course.
For both entrepreneur categories, certain criteria need to be met prior to starting the agricultural activity, such as acquiring VAT information and enrolling in the Business Registry at the Chamber of Commerce.
Once these and other requirements are fulfilled, newly-formed agricultural businesses have access to a wide range of offerings from the relevant Regional authorities.
View full article HERE
For further information please visit MGI Vannucci e Associati's member page HERE or contact Pierpaolo Vannucci at email@example.com
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