With advance payments, you have until December 18th to pay the first and second installments of the quater scrapping fee.

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By John

Following a amendment to the so-called Advances Decree (DL no. 145/2023)definitively approved today by Parliament, by Monday 18 December it will still be possible to make the payment, without penalties or late payment interest, of the first two installments of the scrapping-quater of the bills. The amendment, in fact, establishes that payments due on 31 October 2023 (first or single instalment) and 30 November 2023 (second instalment) are considered timely if made by 18 December 2023 (for this deadline the 5 flexibility days).

For payments, the forms attached to the communication of the sums due must be used, copies of which are also available on the website www.agenziaentrateriscossione.gov.it. Please remember that in the event that the payment is not made, is made after the deadline or is of a lower amount 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. .

PAYMENTS VIA THE WEB, AT THE BANK, POST OFFICES AND TOBACCO SHOPS. 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 www.agenziaentrateriscossione.gov.it or with the Equiclick App via the pagoPa platform. You can also pay directly at the Revenue Agency-Collection counters by booking an appointment in the “Territorial counter” section of the site or via the contact center on 060101.

WHAT THE FACILITATED DEFINITION INVOLVES. The facilitated definition of the loads entrusted to the collection agent from 1 January 2000 to 30 June 2022, introduced by the 2023 Budget Law (Law no. 197/2022), allows only the amount due as capital and that due as reimbursement of expenses for any enforcement procedures and notification rights. However, sums due as penalties, registered interest, late payment interest and premiums are not to be paid. As regards debts relating to traffic fines or other administrative sanctions (other than those imposed for tax violations or for violation of contributory obligations), the sums due as interest (however called, therefore including the so-called ” increases”), as well as those due as a premium. For taxpayers who have opted for a deferred payment plan, allowed up to a maximum of 18 installments, starting from 2024 there will be four appointments for the payment of the installments, which must be paid by 28 February, 31 May, 31 July and 30 November of each year, according to your facilitated definition plan.