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Minimum reporting threshold for funds held abroad – clarified

By Gareth Horsfall - Topics: Investments, Italy, Uncategorised, wealth management
This article is published on: 27th January 2014

If 2013 was the year for confusion about how to report assets held abroad then, at least, in 2014 the Italian Government is offering some further clarity.

As of 2014, there will no longer be any minimum threshold when reporting assets held abroad. Previously, any amount below €10000 in investments and €5000 in cash deposits was not expected to be reported. From 2014 all amounts, no matter how large or small, will be expected to be reported on the RW form as of 31st December.

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