Italy Tax

We'll discuss one of the most romantic country of Italy. Not so important exactly where you decide to go, whether it's vacation Sicily or Venice, or Naples. In all of Italy there are some rules and unwritten laws, knowing which can significantly save on holiday without compromising quality. Thus, it can greatly save on … yes, really expensive – on purchases. First of all – during the seasonal sales. Here, a priori, the prices are thrown off sometimes as much 50-70%. The second item is a system of Tax Free – tax refund on goods bought are not residents of the European Community (ie us) that they are taken in their luggage.

About it and talk in more detail: This can save 15% value of all goods. You may find that Rob Daley can contribute to your knowledge. How it works: choosing a shop, look for the icon 'TAX FREE' – this means that the store draws checks Tax Free, which you will be issued within 15% of the amount spent in this store. If this image does not, ask seller about the possibility of the purchase, Tax Free. Although as a rule, such an icon trying to hang on to the most prominent place in order to attract customers). If you pay must present their passport and ask the seller to issue a check to the Tax Free description of purchase, as well as specify the amount to be refunded (minus tax fees). Without this, no one you will not be returned, so be careful. Then check store cherished as the apple of an eye together with the financial receipt issued by the office in the store.

However, there is one very important point which usually do not say, to "deserve" a discount of 15 percent is not enough to buy a pair of veshchichek, one of the main conditions registration Tax Free – is buying goods in a shop in an amount not less than 176 EUR! So weigh the pros and cons and see, whether you will benefit buy these things on that amount, or easier to buy something else in the next shop, spending 3 times less. You decide. "Return" of the notorious 15% made no in-store and at the exit from the EU. You need to present a check to the Tax Free customs or border crossing point with acquired and not used goods. (Therefore, another important fad-bought products should stay with you during the flight-NOT THEM SDAVAYT BAGGAGE!) Ask the customs officer to stamp the exportation of goods on checks Tax Free. Later, the check Tax Free will need to show at the cash register receipt at any store item, labeled 'Tax Free cash Refund' (that means the return of cash Tax Free). For reference, in many airports, these items are in Duty Free shops or close to them – can ask. And there you finally will be given a welcome 15% of the purchase. Enjoy your shopping!

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