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Web tax: the United States suspends duties against six countries, including Italy

Web tax: the United States suspends duties against six countries, including Italy
Web tax: the United States suspends duties against six countries, including Italy

(Teleborsa) – The United States have decided to suspend the duties linked to the web tax towards the six countries, including Italy, to allow more time for negotiations and reach an agreement on international taxation within theOECD he was born in G20. In particular, the duties should have been triggered against Austria, India, Italy, Spain, Turkey and the United Kingdom to respond to the inclusion in their national taxation of taxes on digital services: the duties at 25% would have hit a import total of nearly 2 billion dollars, of which 800 million from the United Kingdom and 300 million each from Italy and Spain.

The EU Commission welcomed the decision. As the Minister of Economy explained, Daniele Franco, in Italy the revenue fromtax on digital services for 2020, however, it was limited: in fact, it was just 233 million euros. “The deadline for the payment of the first installment for the taxable year 2020 has been extended to May 17, 2021, setting the deadline for sending the annual declaration to June 30 – Franco said during a parliamentary question – To date have been payments made with form F24 up to May 17 for an amount of 98 million by 49 subjects, 40 joint-stock companies and 9 non-resident subjects, and transfers made directly to the Treasury for an amount of 135 were recorded at the State Accounting Office million, therefore a total of 233 million is collected from the tax on digital services for 2020 “.

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