Italy extended the CRS and FATCA reporting timeline to September 30, 2020
On June 30, 2020 the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance informed in the Press release 0144 (in Italian) that the due date for #CRS and #FATCA reporting for the reporting year 2019 to the Italian tax authorities is deferred to September 30, 2020.
The deferral concerns the information exchange with
EU Member states based on the EU Directive 2014/107/EU (#DAC2):
Non-EU Member states on the basis of the Multilateral Competent Authority Agreement (#MCAA) signed on October 29, 2014; and
the United States based on the Intergovernmental Agreement (#IGA).
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AEoI, FATCA, EU-DAC6, OECD-CRS;
U.S Qualified intermediary regime (QI);
Withholding Tax on Capital gains and Investment Income
Securities transaction tax (stamp tax); and
Austrian, German, Hong Kong, Swiss and U.S. International Tax Law