Cadastre, the reform under study: goodbye to the rooms, the market value of the houses will count

Cadastre, the reform under study: goodbye to the rooms, the market value of the houses will count
Cadastre, the reform under study: goodbye to the rooms, the market value of the houses will count

Cadastre, the archives to be updated

The dreaded reform of the land registry began to be talked about in the second half of August, with the Italians still on vacation, with the Ministry of Economy and Finance which in the act of addressing the tax administrations for the three-year period 2021-2023 writes that it wishes to update the cadastral archives also with a view to a more equitable taxation. Now the question becomes more concrete, whether the press rumors according to which the government wants to include the revision of the land registry in the tax reform that should arrive in the Council of Ministers in the next few years are true. Indiscretions that have raised the protests of the center-right parties, including the Lega which belongs to the majority, and those of the entrepreneurs of the sector, with the president of Confedilizia, Giorgio Spaziani Testa, who recalls. Last July the Finance Committees of the Senate and the House had expressed themselves in the diametrically opposite sense. If Parliament still makes sense, somebody knocks it out. According to Massimo Bitonci, leader of the Lega group in the Budget Committee in the Chamber, the reform provides for the passage of the calculation of cadastral income based on the square meters and no longer according to the rooms of the property. The calculations and the first elaborations would lead to an indiscriminate increase from 30 to 40% of the same, which could be transformed into a corresponding increase in the Imu and Irpef, without taking into account the increase in the value of the properties in the sales for the purposes of the registration tax. and VAT.

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