The Revenue Agency has for some months started a deep grounding of the digitization work carried out in recent years, opening in succession a series of new online services that allow citizens to complete practices once available only at the counter. Time and money saved, greater dematerialization of documents, greater digital education of citizens: all virtuous effects of a process that is now incontrovertible.
Revenue Agency: the new online services
The two innovations announced in the last few hours are related to:
- Request for certificate of attribution of Tax Code and VAT number
“The service allows you to quickly and free of charge the generation, download and eventual printing of the certificate attesting to the possession of the tax code or VAT number. To obtain it, from the reserved area of the Revenue Agency website, it is necessary to follow the path Services for> Request> Instances and Certificates> Certificate of attribution of the tax code or, in the new version of the authenticated area, the path Instances> Instances and Certificates> Certificate of attribution of the tax code“
- Declaration of succession
“With direct sending, Fisconline users will be able to upload documents directly to their own private area, without the need to install the telematic desktop and configure a security environment. In “assisted compilation” mode, the data of the properties in the name of the deceased person are then proposed and support is also offered for the compilation through some messages that report in real time the insertion of incorrect data or non-compliant documents“
The path has been undertaken and from now on it will no longer be a question of “if”, but of “when”: new and additional services will arrive in the coming months, completing a showcase of online services destined to supplant the need for physical branches, queues and paper folders. Digitization can give many advantages, but in the world of taxation it can really make a difference from many points of view.