Tag: Income tax

In which regions do additional Irpef taxes increase: a mockery of salaries

In which regions do additional Irpef taxes increase: a mockery of salaries

The Meloni government changed the Irpef regulations as a preview of the overall tax reform: in 2024, the new rates will be 3 instead of 4, thanks to the merging of the first two. This measure, together with the reduction in the tax wedge, allows for annual savings in salaries, but some regions have problems […]

Petro says the reform aims to reduce income taxes for companies

Petro says the reform aims to reduce income taxes for companies

A strong controversy in the country has led to the request of President GUstavo Petro to businessmen to implement the reforms tax reform. “The reform has been radically transformed by judicial decisions, etc., it is not the same as what we presented, but to increase the productive activity of the country, research is needed,” he […]

Simulations Extra money in Italians’ pockets in 2024 The reduction of the tax wedge and the Irpef reform will increase Italians’ paychecks in 2024. What about in 2025?

Simulations Extra money in Italians’ pockets in 2024 The reduction of the tax wedge and the Irpef reform will increase Italians’ paychecks in 2024. What about in 2025?

The first taste of a “new” Irpef and the cutting of the tax wedge are the most relevant measures of the 2024 maneuver set by the Meloni government. The measures are temporary; It does not reform either the tax system or the labor market and consumes more than half of the available resources (about 13.4 […]

Pensions are richer in 2024: A double increase in checks is coming

Pensions are richer in 2024: A double increase in checks is coming

Pensions will be higher in 2024. In addition to the increases associated with adjusting treatments for inflation, social security check holders (like all taxpayers) will benefit from a readjustment of Irpef rates, a measure linked to the budget bill the government is preparing to pass. So, let’s see what will happen and what the numbers […]

Taxes, what changes from January 1st: the news in Irpef, Ires and no tax area

Taxes, what changes from January 1st: the news in Irpef, Ires and no tax area

The review of Irpef, the reduction of taxes on work, the attraction of companies and talents but also the collaboration in the evaluation with large and small companies: these are the first operational measures since January of the fiscal revolution written by the deputy minister of Economy Maurizio Leo to simplify the system, streamline procedures […]

Salaries will be lower at Lazio: 400 euros less per year on the payroll from January

Salaries will be lower at Lazio: 400 euros less per year on the payroll from January

We were expecting this in March 2023, and now unfortunately the confirmation has arrived: more taxes will be paid in Lazio and Rome than in the rest of Italy. Citizens with incomes between 15 thousand and 40 thousand euros, that is, approximately 2 million taxpayers, will pay 1.6 percent more each month in personal income […]

Tax reform: who really benefits and how much you save

Tax reform: who really benefits and how much you save

Tax reform: who really benefits and how much you save Giuseppe Ripa* 05 October 2023, 14.46 Facebook excitement What’s up Tax document directory The tax reform became law on 4 August 2023 and envisages a gradual reduction of the personal income tax (Irpef) from 1 January 2024, initially by reducing it from 4 to 3. […]

Who benefits from the Irpef deduction: amounts for workers and retirees

Who benefits from the Irpef deduction: amounts for workers and retirees

By increasing the Irpef brackets from four to three, we guarantee tax benefits to more than 23.5 million Italians, including retirees. The remodulation of income tax that the Meloni government is dreaming of would cost 4-5 billion euros, with at least another 9 billion euros added to extend the cut to the tax wedge. According […]

Tax reform: The government defended the non-deductibility of royalties

Tax reform: The government defended the non-deductibility of royalties

The High Court held a public hearing with the aim of listening to key actors in the study of two lawsuits against an article by the tax reform of the national government who made some changes to royalties. The adjustment that was included in the tax reform indicates that companies cannot deduct royalties from income […]

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