December 6, 2022

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Tax bills: You can wait 180 days to pay them, but it will cost you more

The financial maneuver resulted in tax bills being deferred up to 180 days from the date of the notification. But there is a price to pay

180 days: This is the time for Pay tax bills. In fact, the bonus on tax bill installments will be valid until December 31 and allow taxpayers to take advantage of specific favorable conditions. By the last day of the year, taxpayers with installment plans that expired before collection activity was suspended can file a new extension request without having to pay the expired installments of the previous payment plan. For taxpayers who have lost their “first scrap” and “scrapping-bis” benefits, it is possible to request a new premium for amounts still owed. Also until December 31, it will not be necessary to attach an ISEE when requesting installments for debts up to 100,000 euros.

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According to Il Sole 24 Ore, Delay may result in paymentAs the rule entails doubling the premium from 3% to 6%. The cost is already borne by the taxpayer after 60 days of sending the act. Charges and collection costs to the general agent are confirmed specifically for loads entrusted until December 31, 2021. Indeed, after the 60th day of contact, the costs increase due to the “collection fee”, that is, premiums that rise to 6%. And also the extension to 180 days of bill payments notified in the first quarter of 2022, which will act like entrusted loads until December 31, 2021, which provides for the loading of the premium.

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Until August 31, 2021 there was a completion Suspension of collection activity, blocking notifications of all collection documents and suspending all payments. The bonus also relates to the conditions that when it occurs, a premium in progress is forfeited, allowing you to pay multiple installments of the installment plan without causing forfeiture of the same installment that occurs, for installments in force as of March 8, 2020, non-payment of 18 installments even if they are not consecutive. For installments granted after March 8, 2020 and required until December 31, 2021, forfeiture occurs with no payment of 10 installments, even if they are not consecutive. Finally, for installments with applications submitted and subsequently accepted as of January 1, 2022, forfeiture takes effect when 5 installments are not paid, even if they are not consecutive.