Revenue Agency, you have until June 24th to cancel the 730


By John

Four more days to cancel your 730. The extension is granted to taxpayers who have already submitted their pre-compiled 730/2024 form via the web independently and will now have time to cancel it until 11.59pm on Monday 24 June, without consequences on repayment times. The same extension is valid for canceling the form 730 + «Corrective income» already sent with or without F24. After canceling the 730 – recalls the Revenue Agency on its webzine FiscoOggi – the new declaration can be sent after 24/48 hours. Once the deadline of June 24 has passed, the 730 to be completed can be completed or corrected until October 15, 2024, through “Additional Income” or “Corrective Income”. If this last date is also missed, to correct the declaration all that remains is to resort to “Integrative Income”.

Taxpayers who realize they have forgotten some data or entered some incorrect data can easily start over by canceling the declaration already submitted by June 24. The operation involves the deletion of all data entered by the taxpayer. Since in the event of cancellation, no declaration is sent to the Tax Office, a new form must be submitted to avoid the violation of omitted declaration. In practice, the incorrect or incomplete form can be deleted from the application dedicated to the pre-filled form on the Revenue Agency website with the same credentials used for sending. If “Additional Income” or “Corrective Income” of the 730 have also been filled in, the entered data must first be deleted by clicking on “Restore” in the “Additional and corrective/integrative Income” section. Cancellation automatically also involves the removal of the F24 form, if any, and in the “Receipts” section it is possible to check and print the cancellation receipts.

If the declaration is joint, the operation can be requested only by the declarant. This year, among the new features of the 2024 pre-compiled form, the functionality that allows those presenting the 730 to choose a simplified compilation method stands out. With the new application, taxpayers can consult, modify and integrate data through a guided path and very simple language. The information is displayed within an easy to navigate interface where the user is automatically directed to the relevant sections. For example, data relating to housing are collected in the “house” section, expenses in the “expenses incurred” section, information on spouse and children in the “family” section. In this way, the taxpayer’s adjustments and confirmations flow directly into the corresponding fields of the form, without the need to search for frames and lines in the declaration or the codes to indicate.