Recovery of tax collection and ordinary loans for an Italian citizen who resides and works abroad but who is not registered



I have accrued various debts in Italy both with private companies (totals 40-50 thousand euros), and with Agency 3-4 thousand euros, both with an investee of the State. From all or almost I received injunctions to the Italian address where I resident.

Now I live and work in Portugal and for obvious reasons I have not declared my income in Italy. What are the chances that these institutions decide to implement a recovery action in a foreign land? What are the times? Should the action be endorsed by a local judge? How could I try to protect my Portuguese salary, considering that it would be the only good that can be attacked since I have no other assets and the little that I have is registered to my wife (separation of assets)?

From a previous intervention, it emerges that you are not registered with ABCD: it is therefore still resident in Italy and can not be found in the notification of court documents relating to civil and tax litigation.

At the moment this seems a good move to protect his Portuguese salary from possible attacks by Italian creditors, tax collectors and non-taxpayers.

For the rest, we are not able to make reliable calculations on the joint probability that a creditor decides to rely on an investigative agency and that the latter is able to identify his residence abroad and the Portuguese employer, the debtor’s third debtor Italian.

However, if this happens in the EU, for ordinary credits, a European injunctive decree is issued, while for the tax credits the mutual cooperation agreements are consolidated, during the assessment phase and coercive collection, between the Italian Inland Revenue and the homologous European governmental bodies.

Of times, I miss talking about it.

In any case, since the creditors are Italian and the debts have been acquired in Italy, the probable amount of his Portuguese salary can not exceed 20% of the remuneration net of tax charges (according to Italian law).

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