A shower of tax notices is coming: who will receive them – RB
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Rain of notices from the Tax: who will receive them – RB
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A rain of tax notices are coming: who will receive them – RB
The 2022 could be the year of the notices good-natured , whose submissions by the Inland Revenue will be increased to comply with one of the objectives of the NRR . The rain sending started at the end 2021 and will continue throughout the new year. At the moment, in the IRS viewfinder, there are the anomalies found in the declarations of income dating back to 2017.
What are good-natured notices sent by the tax authorities
By ‘good-natured notices’ we mean those letters sent by the Revenue Agency, addressed to those who, according to the Tax , have entered anomalous data when filling in the tax return. Including omissions or non-correspondence of the data held by the Revenue Agency, having become aware of the incompatibility at the time of the check.
Faced with an anomaly, therefore, the Tax Authority sends an amicable notice to ascertain it: and the beginning of 2022 is intended to produce a real cascade effect , with a shower of letters due to the Pnrr, given that the increase in compliance (i.e. spontaneous tax obligations, therefore the payment of taxes, by the taxpayer) is one of the objectives of the Plan.
By the end of 2022 the Government’s fiscal objective is to achieve some goals:
increase of 30% of good-natured notices sent ; reduction of false positives to 5% ; increase of 20% of receipts related to spontaneous fulfillment . For this reason, thousands of letters are expected already in the first months of 2022 . In the meantime, as far as the Revenue Agency is concerned, there has been a new competition: here is how many places.
What to do if you receive a notice from the Revenue Agency
It may happen that you receive a letter or an amicable notice from the Revenue Agency. In this case, after having carefully read the content, the advice is to contact your accountant or, in case of absence, to a CAF to verify the anomalies reported by the tax authorities.
If the anomalies reported by the Inland Revenue are correct, then you can proceed with the so-called ‘ industrious repentance ‘(this is how much the State collected in this way in 2018), which allows you to regularize your situation by paying the sums due, but with more sanctions to read. If, on the other hand, you believe that what was communicated in the declaration has been reported correctly, all you have to do is report it to the tax authorities by sending any elements and documents of which the Financial Administration was not aware.
The appeal of the Young accountants on the collection
Meanwhile, the National Union of Young Chartered Accountants and Accounting Experts (Ungdec) has asked the Government to extend the 31 December 2022 the possibility of pay off tax and social security debts with ‘softer’ criteria, which allow micro and SMEs to plan better, also in light of the increase in infections and the long economic crisis.
This was explained by the president of the UNGDEC, Matteo De Lise , given that “for tax bills sent from 1 January 2022 yes will return to the ordinary rules, more burdensome for taxpayers who intend to request payment in installments. To think that companies and professionals are able to sustain a commitment that today corresponds to 60 millions of tax bills means to be out From reality”
In essence, the Union asked for the deadline for payment to be set in 180 days from notification and no longer in 60 days . Furthermore, the UNGDEC, on the strength of the vademecum created for the management of good-natured notices, has launched an appeal: an institutional-operational table to reorganize the collection and assessment phase in the 2022.