The great majority of the payment bills for which notification by the Revenue-Collection Agency is expected by the end of the year are of a small size. The Ansa reports it anticipating that about half do not reach 300 euro of amount.
60 percent of the total is below 500 euro, while only 10 percent of the folders exceed 5 thousand euros.
Within the year, after the release on 31 August, 4 million files are expected to be sent to the collection agent near the start of the suspension, compared to 20-25 million still.
Meanwhile, a new postponement of the tax bills is on the way. “Thanks to the negotiations of these hours carried out by the League, the government undertakes to further extend the terms of the notifications of the tax bills referring to the period relating to the emergency of the pandemic. Commitment also extended to suspend the provision obligations deriving from third-party foreclosures carried out by the collection agent. Concrete help to allow millions of Italians to emerge from the crisis ”. Like this Riccardo Molinari, leader of the League in the Chamber.
“A proposal of common sense that has been signed by almost all the parties to help families and businesses, on their knees due to the economic crisis and that the Government has a duty to support”, writes the president of Fratelli d’Italia on Facebook, Giorgia Meloni.
“The mediation between the political forces and the government has led to an important agenda that literally recovers the proposals of the 5 Star Movement on the subject of the postponement of the tax bills referring to the emergency period, the preparation of a Scrapping Quater and the suspension of the provision obligations regarding foreclosures from third parties “. This was declared by Vita Martinciglio and Giovanni Currò, respectively head of the M5S group and vice-president of the Finance Committee. “Three literally vital interventions to allow tens of thousands of businesses and taxpayers to emerge from the crisis without excessive setbacks”, continue the deputies. “For weeks we have been repeating that public support for liquidity, including on the tax side, should not have been interrupted when the recession emerged. We are satisfied that our insistence has paid off ”.