What is the truth about the new reservation on current accounts in the tax authorization (which was approved at the beginning of August) that scares many? Work began on defining the new tax reform after the approval of the tax authorization text on August 4 that gives the government a mandate, within 24 months, to intervene in several tax issues.
There are concerns about significant changes in foreclosures for those who do not pay taxes or who have other debts to the tax authorities.
In fact, there has been talk for some time about the possibility of examining and closing current accounts for those who do not pay their debts regularly, but after various discussions and disagreements, here are some clarifications on the matter.
- Foreclosures on checking accounts in the new tax reform fact
- On the other hand, the recent new reform has changed foreclosures on current accounts
Foreclosures on checking accounts in the new tax reform fact
According to the new tax reform. The government can allow the Revenue Agency and institutional persons to access the checking accounts of taxpayers through what is called a forced taxation. – Regulating the payment of unpaid taxes and fines.
It could have been the Italian leader, Viva Matteo Renzi, who spoke of the new forced withdrawal from current accounts that Meloni’s government would like to introduce in the tax reform, announcing at the same time his intention to introduce an amendment to the abolition of this measure.
In reality In the new tax reform there is no compulsory tax on current accounts to settle debts that citizens may contract but the possibility of checking them for funds.
In particular, as explained by Deputy Minister of Economy Liu, the new tax reform discusses the new possibility of the government to enhance collection also by rationalizing and automating the procedures for closing current accounts but only with systems to check whether there are funds held in checking accounts and thus possible foreclosures on the account can be successful or, conversely, not have any effect. In any case, there will be all the protections offered to debtors.
Along with this potential novelty, the role will also be gradually overcome, which can be achieved by extending the Executive Appraisal Notice also to other types of payments that provide, prior to the role and payment notice, a notice of deed to the debtor.
The government’s goal is to speed up the collection process And reduce the timing, which makes it easier to pay off debts.
On the other hand, the recent new reform has changed foreclosures on current accounts
Pending an understanding of how the foreclosure game will play out with the new tax reform, The reform of Kartabeya has already provided for changes to confiscations by amending the executive process for confiscations of current accounts, Homes and other assets with the new electronic search system for assets and balances to be reserved.
As has been proven since the first of last March, in fact the creditor has to execute the order Find the assets to be seized Debtors must submit an official request to the bailiff to identify them in the tax and social security databases.
The new system for seizing current accounts, housing and other assets relies on the transfer of all data held by the various databases and allows debt preparers to access the financial management databases to search electronically for the assets to be joined, whether they are current accounts or tangible assets, at the request of the creditor or subjecting the original For insolvency proceedings at the request of the trustee.
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