Expenses for dependent family members are among the most frequent tax breaks that the worker requests in the 730 form. Although they are often already present in the pre-filled form provided by the Revenue Agency, in some cases this procedure may not be triggered automatically. The consequence for the taxpayer who does not verify the present data is the loss of an important tax bonus. Or, you risk having to manually enter all the information to get the benefit. Be careful not to lose these advantageous tax deductions in the 730 model because the Revenue Agency does not always insert it automatically.
Because in some cases there are no deductions for dependent family members in the pre-filled form
Deductions for family members are an expression of the costs and expenses that the worker has to bear for children or spouses who are dependent on him. There are cases in which it is also possible to include other family members in this group. The editorial staff has provided a complete list in the article “In addition to spouses and children, these family members can also be dependent on the 730/2021 model”. In some circumstances it is possible that some items that must be entered manually may not appear in the pre-filled model of the Revenue Agency. The problem could lie in the Single Certification. Be careful not to lose these advantageous tax deductions in the 730 model because the Revenue Agency does not always insert it automatically.
The lack of some data in the 730 form is attributable to the absence of essential tax information. Deductions for dependent family members appear automatically if the following is correctly indicated in the CU: the family member’s tax code; the relationship of kinship with the declarant; the months of actual load and the percentage of load. If even only one of these data is absent, then the deductible charges are shown only in the information sheet of the subject to which they refer.
What to do to solve the problem and avoid it in the future
Let’s imagine the case of two parents with a dependent child who present form 730. Each of them must communicate all the above data to the employer so that the CU is complete. When we talk about the percentage of load, we refer to the distribution of the deduction per dependent family member. For example, two parents can decide to divide the expenses for their child by 50% and each benefit from 50% of the total deduction. It is therefore useful to pay attention not to lose these advantageous tax deductions in the 730 form because the Revenue Agency does not always automatically insert it. For the next year it will be sufficient to communicate the data indicated to the employer to obtain the automatic procedure.
With what income the family member is no longer dependent