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andre28 says

yes i did the same the first time… try with 200$ and see how it goes ;)

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360design says

“Law must be respected, but the priority is to survive” I fully agree Giallo, mr. Monti think not :D

Remains open only the question of self invoice.. Must understand how to do it

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MarcoSecchi Reviewer says

“Law must be respected, but the priority is to survive” I fully agree Giallo, mr. Monti think not :D Remains open only the question of self invoice.. Must understand how to do it

Hi 360design, self invoicing is quite easy if you have a p.iva. You just have to invoice to yourself (yep, you are the client and you are the invoice author) adding the usual 21% value (nothing else). The important thing to remember is that this kind of invoice has to be numbered differently from your usual ones (for instance I use af01, af02, etc.).

If you need an example, just contact me through my profile and I will more than happily send it to you :)

marco

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360design says

Thank you very very much loziosecchi :D

Yes, I have p.iva.. I’m sending a private message to you.. Thank you very much, you really are very kind :)

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andre28 says

anyone knows how to withdraw with the swift method to an italian bank? did someone already tried it?

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bitfade says

anyone knows how to withdraw with the swift method to an italian bank? did someone already tried it?
yeah, i did it a few times: banca monte dei paschi, i just asked them the swift code (bic) and had to sign a paper to allow my account to receive “bonifico estero, non EU”.

however, it was costly because the usd/eur exchange rate was even worst than paypal and the bank was placing and additional 30 eur fixed fee per transfer.

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andre28 says


anyone knows how to withdraw with the swift method to an italian bank? did someone already tried it?
yeah, i did it a few times: banca monte dei paschi, i just asked them the swift code (bic) and had to sign a paper to allow my account to receive “bonifico estero, non EU”. however, it was costly because the usd/eur exchange rate was even worst than paypal and the bank was placing and additional 30 eur fixed fee per transfer.

thank you very much for the info!

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LCweb says

Hi guys,
I just read about a terrifying thing that shouyld affect our bank accounts from the 1° of February.

SWIFT from foreign countries will be auto-taxed of 20% by banks. At the beginning I thought it was a joke, but then I found this article on Il sole 24 ore and this on Yahoo finanza.

Anyone knows more about that?

With the withdrawal coming Monday I’m pretty petrified

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contrastblack Staff says

Hi guys,
I just read about a terrifying thing that shouyld affect our bank accounts from the 1° of February.

SWIFT from foreign countries will be auto-taxed of 20% by banks. At the beginning I thought it was a joke, but then I found this article on Il sole 24 ore and this on Yahoo finanza.

Anyone knows more about that?

With the withdrawal coming Monday I’m pretty petrified

Well, the easiest answer to your question would come from the bank directly… The way I understand it, this tax does not apply to this form of income, but again, only the bank would be able to give you a definitive answer.

P.s: also, congrats for the 1 year bump :D

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Rickyloca says

Ciao Ragazzi,

wouldn’t it be easier to open a bank account abroad and transfer money in there? I have a bank account in Singapore where I normally send my earnings every 5/6 months, never had any problem with that! Also opening an offshore company in places like Cayman Island would be great!

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