Tax: final rush for quater scrapping, deadline on Friday


By John

Final rush for the scrap-quater. For taxpayers up to date with previous payments, May 31st is the deadline by which the fourth installment of the facilitated tax bill must be paid. The Revenue Collection Agency reminds us of this by explaining that to pay, the forms attached to the communication of the sums due must be used, already sent by the Agency and also available in copy on the website

The deadline also concerns subjects affected by the flood events of May 2023, residing in the territories indicated in Annex 1 to Legislative Decree 61/2023, so-called Flood Decree (converted with amendments by Law 100/2023), who must make the payment of the third installment, based on the specific calendar defined for the areas involved. For each instalment, the law provides for the possibility of making use of an additional 5 days of grace compared to the expected deadline. Therefore, the payment of the installment due on May 31st will be considered timely even if made by June 5th 2024.

The Agency reminds you that in case of payment not made, made after the deadline or for an amount lower than the expected amount, the benefits of the facilitated definition will cease and the amount already paid will be considered as an advance on the residual debt. The scrapping-quater of loads entrusted to collection from 1 January 2000 to 30 June 2022, introduced by the 2023 Budget Law, allows taxpayers to pay only the amount of the residual debt without paying penalties, interest, including late payment, and the premium, while traffic fines can be settled without the payment of interest, however denominated, and the premium.

It is possible to pay at banks, at ATMs (ATMs) enabled for Cbill payment services, with internet banking, at post offices, at tobacconists and through the Sisal and Lottomatica circuits, on the portal or with the Equiclick App via the pagoPa platform. You can also pay directly at the Revenue Agency-Collection counters by booking an appointment.