Andrea Fantozzi to Present at the Confindustria: UNITED STATES – The Benefits of Tax Reform in the US and the New Policies of American Immigration

International Services | Andrea Fantozzi | Mar 21, 2018

Andrea Fantozzi, a Partner and Director at the Italian Desk in the International Department of Prager Metis CPAs, a member of Prager Metis International Group will be speaking at the 1Confindustria. He will introduce to business owners/ CFO and Controllers the opportunities that are available for foreign entities to invest in the US, especially based on the latest tax reform.
March 27, 2018 at 9.30 at our headquarters in Rimini (P.zza Cavour, 4)
March 29, 2018 at 9.30 at our headquarters in Ravenna.
The initiative is organized by Romagna Servizi Industriali Srl in collaboration with ExportUsa New York Corp. ( ), a consulting firm for companies interested in entering the American market, and Prager Metis ( ), an accounting company among the top 100 best in the United States, with over 60 partners, over 400 team members and eleven offices worldwide.
The concept of ETBs [engaged in trade and business] and ECI [effectively connected income]
Tax Reform:
– Capital Gain taxation
– Tax credit – R & D
– Accelerated depreciation
– Cost seg/analysis and reclassification of costs for fixed assets
– Salt and use tax recovery
– Taxation of foreign income
Visas for the United States
– overview of the new American immigration policies
– outline of the problems related to the transfer of personnel to Italian companies in America
– B1 visa, E visas, L visa
For further information, visit the event page and/or contact the Michela Parmeggiani Economic Service Office International – Tel. 0541 352315- E-mail:
1The General Confederation of Italian Industry, commonly known as Confindustria, is the Italian employers’ federation and national chamber of commerce, founded in 1910
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