There are two hypotheses in the field regarding extension of folders: on the one hand, a referral of two months, on the other hand, a more structured solution that allows stagger payments due now from March 2020.
Without an intervention, the suspension of the notification deadlines would expire on 30 June, and the payments of the 16 installments have the deadline set for 2 August.
So let’s see what are the news in the studio at the MEF and how the calendar of the Collection.
Folders, extension to September coming?
The problem with the expiration of the August 2 (because July 31 falls on a Saturday, so the deadline is postponed by two days) is that there are 16 installments concentrated on the same day. The collection acts have now stopped since March 2020, and have been blocked by the various emergency decrees of the last year and a half.
The goal, given the first hypothesis in the field, is to pass the summer, with a further blocking of folders which provides for the start of payments only once the summer period has ended, with a resumption of notifications from September and payments in October.
An intervention of this kind, however, would have nothing different from what has been done so far: it would be one “bridge” measure, with the risk of further increasing the installments to be paid in a single solution for those who in the past requested an installment plan.
Tax records, deadline “softened” to the study of the MEF
Just to try to get out of this vicious circle among the hypotheses being studied by the MEF there is also that of spreading the payments so far frozen on a longer time span, which also reaches up to three years.
In this case, the lower income entering the state coffers should be taken into consideration. Even for a possible extension of income taxes for VAT numbers in July, the final decision rests with the Minister of MEF Daniele Franco, considering the resources that will be used to finance the possible postponement.
How could the collection calendar change?
Many amendments to the DL Sostegni bis have been filed, but the process of conversion into law is still long: we are, therefore, still in the territory of hypothesis.
If the “simple” extension were to go through, then the notifications would resume from 1 September and payments would have to be made by 1 October.
It is then necessary to clarify what to do with the installments of the fiscal peace of 2020 (4 of the scrapping ter and 2 of the excerpt) for which the Sostegni 1 decree has set the deadline on 31 July, but counting that it falls on a Saturday and 5 days of tolerance the appointment would be on August 9th.