Delays on delays, mediations on mediations, proposals on proposals, vetoes on vetoes: the Council of Ministers has continued to slip since this afternoon and then begin at around 18:30. To strongly divide the parties of the majority was the knot relating to the “maxi amnesty”. On the folders tax collectors Forza Italia and Lega have insisted on the balance and removal of those up to 5 thousand euros and up to the year 2015. In the end, the meeting point was found which, among other things, also provides for the introduction of the tax collection reform: yes to cancellation of old files, but only with an income tax that does not exceed 30 thousand euros. The measure will cover the folders until 2011, while it was initially supposed to cover the period 2000-2015.
Until 2015, this is the mediation reached in the CDM, the cancellation should be linked to the reform for the efficiency of the collection system requested by Carroccio and Fi. The agreement also provides for a subsequent measure to put the problem of difficult loans into effect collectability: according to what reported by Radiocor, reference is made to a decree – made in agreement with the director of the Revenue Agency – to make the collection system more efficient, defining methods and criteria to review the mechanism for writing off debts for bad debt. “The Minister of Economy and Finance, within 60 days of the entry into force of this decree, submits a report to the Parliament for the consequent resolutions containing the criteria for proceeding with the revision of the control and discharge mechanism for unclaimed credits.“, the text reads.
What does the dl Sostegni foresee
The matches VAT who will demonstrate that they have suffered losses in the year 2020 of more than 30% of the turnover declared in 2019 should have the right to possibly access the facilitated definition for the tax years 2017 and 2018. 60% of the losses for all those activities with a turnover of up to 10 million euros (ranging from a minimum of 1000 euros up to the maximum threshold of 150 thousand euros). To calculate these losses, the average monthly turnover of 2020 should be evaluated compared to that of the year preceding the arrival of the pandemic: “The non-repayable contribution is due provided that the average monthly amount of turnover and fees for the year 2020 is at least 30% lower than the average monthly amount of sales and fees for the year 2019.“.
The draft of the dl Sostegni not only provides for the suspension until 30 April of payments tax and executive notices but also the 12-month extension of the deadline for notifications and 24 months for that of prescription. More time will also be granted to pay the installments of the Scrapping ter and of the balance and excerpt: the payments skipped during 2020 must be paid by July 2021 and those scheduled until July of this year must be paid by 30 November. The Revenue Agency will also make the pre-filled declaration available to citizens on May 10, instead of April 30, with the postponement of the terms of the single certifications to the end of March.
The Sostegni decree allocates a total of 1.7 billion for the sector tourist brought to his knees: 700 million are allocated for the “Mountain” fund, 900 million for seasonal workers, the self-employed in tourism and spas, 100 million for fairs. In addition, a portion of the 200 million maxi Fund is also allocated to the sector for catering businesses in historic centers and specialized catering for private events and part of the 10 billion allocated to the Lost Fund.