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Tax Code (Codice Fiscale)


Within 3 days from the signing of the rental contract, tenants must provide the Tax Code/Codice Fiscale to their landlord (in case of accommodation found through the EUI Database or alternative) or to the EUI Housing Office (in case of accommodation in one of the EUI Flats). 

Non-resident individuals who need to obtain a tax code can apply for it to the Italian Consolar Authorities in their country of residence.

The tax code is issued by the Consulate through the computerized link with the Italian Revenue Agency and a certificate is given to the applicant.

Alternatively, the request can be submitted personally to any territorial office of the Revenue Agency, the address in Florence is:

Agenzia delle Entrate -Via Santa Caterina d'Alessandria 23 - 50129 Florence

Opening hours: Monday to Friday 8.30 am - 12.45 pm / Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday also 2.15 pm - 4 pm.

At the time of application a valid ID document of the applicant must be presented.

Upon request the Revenue Office issues a certificate of attribution.





Page last updated on 20 August 2017