Does anyone know what form is used in Italy to report a foreign savings account as required when savings amounts are greater than 10,000 euros? I once found it on the WEB and the gist was that there is no financial impact on taxes , just that the account must be reported. Any help on this would be most welcome.
Thanks Shtinky, but I believe that is the US form for my US filings and that is already in hand. My question was specific to reporting to the Italian Authorities. I have since learned that supplemental Italian form RW is used to report foreign assets in conjunction with the annual Italian return. If you or anyone can add t this, please do. Also if anyone knows what information is required with regards to foreign accounts, that would be a great help. I think it's just the account details and balance as of 31 December.
Thanks Dave, that is helpful and agrees with recent info I pulled in. Does the 0.2% tax apply to bank accounts? My understanding is there is a flat tax (about 34 euros) per bank account. Also, specific to bank accounts, do you know what info is required for completing the RW form?
Thanks Dave and Shtinky. You have been most helpful. I do plan on finding a commercialista with experience in service to US expats receiving pension income. In fact, I've posted a new question to this forum asking for recommendations. If you could provide any recommendations, that would be great.