The month of June will be a “rich” month of tax deadlines with the Italian taxpayers who, calculating in hand, will have to deal well. Between tax fixed that repeat every year identical, on June 30th savers will be directly pre-washed in their bank or postal current accounts thestamp duty, that is, the tax on current accounts.
It is a sort of asset that guarantees the state coffers an income that is not irrelevant by directly incurring the liquidity of citizens and subjects such as companies, businesses and VAT holders, who have to deal with similar administrative and tax obligations such as revenue stamps well known to those who issue invoices.
The stamp duty, in fact, amounts to 34.20 euros per year for natural persons and 100 euros for legal entities and is homogeneous in that it represents a fixed tax linked solely to the fact of having an open current account and not all ‘amount of deposits or the number of transactions carried out. Furthermore, unlike other tax obligations, the sum must not be paid by taxpayers but will be withdrawn directly by the taxpayers checking accounts and also from bank and postal savings books, which are not excluded from this forced withdrawal.
Given the postponement of some tax deadlines that over the course of the months have followed due to the Covid emergency, many had speculated or hoped that there could also be a shift for the tax on current accounts, which, however, did not arrive. So by the end of June you will pay, as for 50 years to date, the tax on current accounts and post books.
So, in addition to the IMU, the car stamp that expires in some regions, and the Irpef, Ires and Cedolare Secca balance and advance for employees, retired and who does not have a VAT number, is added to the expenses that Italians will have to put on the account, with the risk of a real blood loss for taxpayers already hard hit by these last months of lockdown.
The payment, therefore, will take place automatically, or better to say forcefully. For those who have a quarterly bank report they will have to pay € 8.55 in June while for legal entities the expenditure in June will be € 25. Otherwise the amount will be withdrawn in full.
Fortunately, however, there are gods exempted. The first are those who have an average stock limit below 5 thousand euros who will not have to pay anything. The same luck for those who only have prepaid cards even if they have an Iban bank code, for those who have Paypal current accounts and for holders of a bank or postal account that declare, however, in a lower Isee indicator (Indicator equivalent economic situation) at 7,500 euros.