What Is a Fiscal Code?


A fiscal code is uniform number used for tax purposes. It is assigned once, irrespective of the provisions of the tax regulations concerning the establishment and discharge of tax obligations. A person, who is not assigned a fiscal code, may not be registered as a taxpayer. The fiscal code of a non-resident or resident natural person is considered to be the personal code indicated in its respective personal identification document.
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Fiscal code is a code generated with letters from the person's name, date of birth etc. It is used to identify the person for tax purposes or other bureaucratic issues. You have to contact your local Revenue office and exhibit an identity document to obtain this code.
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