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should help you. The general principle is that you can write off (for a certain percentage or for 100%)things you need for your business.
[Edited at 2004-04-07 12:56]
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if you have an accountant, you shouldn't be doing their job ;)
Jul 22, 2004
Like Williamson said, you can write off most business expenses - so things like office equipment, computer hardware and software, anything you have purchased with your VAT ID and for business reasons. There's specific limits and exceptions but they usually concern other types of activity.
Also, if you have a home office, ie. if your "sede di attività" in your Partita Iva coincides with your home residence, then the "spese deducibili" are any home bills (phone, electricity, etc.), not sure if it's just up to 50% or in their entirety. For medical bills it's more complicated, but you can partly write them off too.
I do not know the details very well, I just hand any bills to my "commercialista" and she does the rest. I would really love to learn more about this myself and ideally, manage the whole tax process on my own but so far I have found it impossible. So I do recommend you kindly urge your accountant to check all this stuff in more detail for you.
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