ILOR

AcronymDefinition
ILORInternational Letter of Request
ILORImposta Locale Sui Redditi (Italian)
ILORImperial Legions of Rome (Seattle, WA band)
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Traditionally, Italy has imposed two levels of income tax: the imposta sul reddito delle persone giuridiche (IRPEG), a 37% tax on an Italian resident company's worldwide net income, and the imposta locale sul redditi (ILOR), a 16.2% tax on Italian-source income.
Sullivan's current choices for what's hot include Google and the Google Toolbar (http://toolbar.google.com), AllTheWeb.com (there have been big improvements there recently), Teoma, iLor.com, and the Internet Archive's recently debuted Wayback Machine.
A more general cut in non-wage labour costs has come with the 1997-98 tax reform, which instituted IRAP, a new regional tax on business activity, which has replaced a variety of taxes and contributions, including the local income tax (ILOR), the tax on companies' net worth, municipal taxes and employers' contributions to the national health system (see Part II).
Sterling, Kentucky, iLOR (short for "Internet Lore") operates its Web search service at http://www.ilor.com, and markets its underlying technology at http://www.i-lor.com/hyperconcepts/index.shtml.
In addition, it introduced a local income tax (ILOR), taxing only those incomes originating from real estate and business.