Hi mr. <omissis>,in my opinion, the limit of <omissis>days is relevant only in the case of incomes earned per employee, as per art. <omissis>of the Convention between Italy and the United States to avoid double taxation.In my opinion, the sums drawn from your individual retirement account are taxed in the United States, as per art. <omissis>of the same Convention.Best regards.
I am a dual US Italian citizen. My wife and I moved to Italy last Sept and earned only euros in...
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I am a dual US Italian citizen. My wife and I moved to Italy last Sept and earned only <omissis>euros in Italy in <omissis>and filed both US and Italian income taxes last year. In <omissis>I will be in Italy more than <omissis>days and will earn about <omissis>euros, some on a permanent Italian employee contract and some as a freelancer. I have a house in the US and pay property tax there. I am renting an apartment in Rome under a <omissis>contract. As of this moment I have not made any IRA withdrawals in either <omissis>or <omissis>
However, I am contemplating withdrawing some money from my US IRA in <omissis> If I stay in Italy more than <omissis>days in <omissis> will the IRA withdrawal be subject to Italian income tax? If I choose to leave Italy before the <omissis>day threshold in <omissis> will I therefore not be liable for that tax? Are there deductions or allowances for taxes paid in the U.S.