Iva Imposta Sul Valore Aggiunto 2016

Autore: Renato Portale
Editore: Giuffrè Editore
ISBN: 8814210535
Grandezza: 45,67 MB
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L'ebook del manuale, con oltre duecento pagine in più rispetto all'edizione cartacea, mantiene inalterati il criterio e l'esposizione che hanno fatto del testo, fin dal 1997, il punto di riferimento consolidato nel panorama fiscale e viene gratuitamente aggiornato per i clienti in corso d'anno sulla scorta dell'evoluzione normativa e all'applicazione operativa dell'IVA. L'opera evidenzia l'evoluzione della disciplina IVA nei suoi oltre 44 anni di vita e illustra le novità contenute nelle manovre che si sono succedute nel 2015 fino alla Legge di stabilità 2016 nonché dei cambiamenti dettati dalla normativa e dal diritto dell'Unione. Ampio margine di commento è dato ai giudicati della Corte di giustizia UE e larga rilevanza è stata attribuita alle sentenze e ordinanze della Cassazione (oltre 12.000 sentenze emesse dal 2010 al 2015). Il testo è adottato dalla Commissione europea per monitorare la legislazione e la prassi interna e mantiene una struttura pratica, di facile e collaudata consultazione. L'ordine sistematico degli argomenti rispecchia quello del D.P.R. n. 633/1972 e successivamente del D.L. n. 331/1993, con una tabella riassuntiva delle sanzioni modificate dal 2016. Di ogni articolo il volume offre il testo aggiornato, il commento alla norma accompagnato da esempi e istruzioni operative, i riferimenti legislativi nazionali e dell'Unione europea e più di 5500 casi risolti sotto forma di tabella. Il volume contiene link alla Banca Dati Più e per la navigazione completa degli stessi è necessario essere abbonati.

Rapporto Sul Turismo Italiano 2011 2012 Xviii Edizione

Autore: Mercury
Editore: FrancoAngeli
ISBN: 8856868261
Grandezza: 33,15 MB
Formato: PDF, Docs
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After The Divorce

Autore: Grazia Deledda
Editore: Canelo
ISBN: 1911420135
Grandezza: 68,22 MB
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Before Elena Ferrante there was Grazia Deledda. When Giovanna’s husband, Costantino, is convicted of a murder he claims he did not commit, she comes under pressure from her family to divorce him and marry a wealthy landowner who has always admired her. This she does, but the new marriage is an unhappy one and Giovanna remains firmly in love with Costantino. Following new evidence, Costantino is acquitted and returns to his home village, embarking on an affair with his former wife that seems destined to end in tragedy. In 1926, Grazia Deledda became the first Italian woman to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. She was born in Sardinia and the life, people and customs of that Mediterranean island pervade her work. Praise for Grazia Deledda ‘Before Elena Ferrante there was Grazia Deledda.’ Matt Reimann ‘Deledda belongs to more than just her own day. She does more than reproduce the temporary psychological condition of her period... what she does is to create the passionate complex of a primitive populace.’ DH Lawrence The Nobel Prize in Literature 1926 was awarded to Grazia Deledda ‘for her idealistically inspired writings which with plastic clarity picture the life on her native island and with depth and sympathy deal with human problems in general’.

Genetics And Society

Autore: Anne Kerr
Editore: Routledge
ISBN: 1134494459
Grandezza: 57,38 MB
Formato: PDF, Kindle
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Genetic science has advanced rapidly in recent years; things happen now that might have seemed like science fiction only ten years ago. Genetics and Society looks at the history of this science and the wide-ranging impact it has had on contemporary society. Using fascinating and cutting-edge examples throughout, Anne Kerr examines topics as diverse as: the institutional structures that have grown up around the diagnosis and treatment of genetic disorders the media representation of genetic debates from designer babies to the genetic sources of alcoholism the politics of genetic decision-making and the state regulation of both genetic research and the biomedicine industry. Each chapter begins with a summary and a definition of key terms and ends with annotated notes on further reading, meaning that it is as accessible for the layman as it is for the scientist. The resulting student-friendly text will be essential reading for anybody with an interest in genetic science and the impact it is having on society.

The Wigan Hammer

Autore: Steve Taberner
Editore: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1468578723
Grandezza: 54,34 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub
Vista: 1519
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Expect the unexpected with every turn of the page, a story told from the heart unlike any other. I defy any reader not to enjoy it as you experience for yourself ‘the battle between the ring and the mind’. Steve Taberner will take you on a journey like no other, buckle up and enjoy the ride. Bev Hornby Editor & Proof Reader The Wigan Hammer is an inspiring true life story of a developing young adult who is suddenly drawn into a kickboxing career from an unusual meeting with a local fight promoter. Not only does this present a chance to fulfil some of his childhood fantasies, but also an opportunity to overcome his boyhood fears. A tough environment that will test all that men fear ‘the power of the mind’ that plunges him into a world of fighting where he doesn’t really belong.

House Of Lies

Autore: Martin Kihn
Editore: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0446562467
Grandezza: 23,39 MB
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In the bestselling tradition of "Liar's Poker" comes a devastatingly accurate and darkly hilarious behind-the-scenes look at the wonderful world of management consulting.

Italian Journey 1786 1788

Autore: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Editore: Penguin
ISBN: 9780140442335
Grandezza: 37,68 MB
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Containing the letters and diaries that Goethe wrote during his journey to Italy at age thirty-seven, Italian Journey reveals his tremendous range of interests. His writings cover literature, art history and his own struggle to be a painter, various sciences and political events, personal encounters, and the Italian landscape. "In Rome," Goethe wrote, "I first found myself, for the first time I achieved inner harmony...." For Goethe the writer, this temporal and spiritual journey was at the root of his development from Sturm und Drang to classicism, a decisive point in his life and the history of German literature.


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Duino Elegies

Autore: Rainer Maria Rilke
Editore: Carcanet
ISBN: 1847776213
Grandezza: 12,44 MB
Formato: PDF, Mobi
Vista: 9361
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With all his contradictions, Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926) is one of the fathers of modern literature and the Duino Elegies one of its great monuments. Begun in 1912 but not completed until 1922, they are 'modern' in almost every sense the word has acquired; yet Rilke was by temperament anti-modern, a snob and a romantic. He was devoted to the three A's: Architecture, Agriculture, Aristocracy. The Duino Elegies aroused real excitement among English readers when the now-dated Leishman/Spender versions first appeared in the 1930s. Stephen Cohn, the distinguished artist and teacher, has worked for over three years to complete this outstanding new translation. Peter Porter writes: 'Your translation must have grandeur, essential size in its component parts, and speed to catch the marvellous twists of Rilke's imagination.' He adds, 'Cohn has met all these requirements.' These versions show a rare empathy with the originals and an instinct for the right diction and cadence. They are, says Porter, 'the most flowing and organic I have read.'