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The regional presidents of the League against the revision of the Land Registry: “Unjustifiable”

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BACK. “The governors of the League unanimously reject the hypothesis of the feared reform of cadastral estimates” which they consider “unjustifiable”: Massimiliano Fedriga (Friuli Venezia Giulia), Attilio Fontana (Lombardy), Maurizio Fugatti explained this in a joint statement. (Trentino-Alto Adige), Donatella Tesei (Umbria), Christian Solinas (Sardinia), Nino Spirlì (Calabria) and Luca Zaia (Veneto). “A measure of this type would fall on the shoulders of citizens and in a moment like the one we are experiencing it would not only be unjustifiable but would risk influencing, if not blocking, the post-pandemic recovery”.

For this reason, the president of the Region of the Carroccio undertake to “urge the government to implement a reform of the tax system that really goes in the direction of its simplification and reduction of taxation on Italians”. Theirs is “a firm no to the revision of the Land Registry which would exponentially increase the tax burden and risk excluding many families from the welfare system, thus depressing the real estate market and the national economy in general”, concludes the joint note of the Northern League governors.

Unioncamere, on the other hand, speaks of a tax sting on the brick, because real estate is in fact burdened with assets of 11 billion euros a year, considering 4.8 billion registration tax on sales, 3.8 billion Imu, 1.6 billion of mortgage taxes, 800 million on inheritances. However, it is the workers who bear the greatest burden of taxes in our country: almost half of the Italian tax revenue, in fact, is linked to the personal income tax, which, out of the total of 491 billion euros of revenue, ensures the coffers of the State 209 billion (42%). The companies, on the other hand, between 32 billion IRES and 23 billion IRAP, pay the financial administration 56.3 billion (11%). These are the main data of an analysis by the Unimpresa Study Center, according to which VAT ensures the State almost 137 billion (28% of total revenue), while excise duties on petrol, tobacco, gas and alcohol are worth more than 39 billion ( 8%), while the “hope” tax (games and lottery) guarantees 14.3 billion (3%).

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“Other than reform of the land registry: rather than reviewing the so-called estimates to increase the levy on properties, it is necessary to reduce the tax burden to favor both the resumption of sales and the revival of the entire construction sector, from construction to renovations” comments the president of Unimpresa, Giovanna Ferrara. According to the report of the Unimpresa Study Center, which analyzed the data of the Court of Auditors and the Ministry of Economy, the total tax revenue is equal (data for 2020) to 491.5 billion euros. Almost half of the proceeds are attributable to Irpef, the personal income tax, with 208.9 billion (42.5% of the total): of these, 17.3 billion are linked to the regional and municipal surcharges . In the ranking of the most expensive taxes, detached by over 70 billion, there is VAT, which ensures the State a revenue of 136.9 billion (27.9%). This is followed, with much more contained values, by IRES (corporate income tax) with 32.7 billion (6.7%), excise duties on petrol and other petroleum products with 25.4 billion (5.2%), IRAP (regional tax on productive activities) with 23.6 billion (4.8%), excise duties on tobacco with 10.6 billion (2.2%), Isos (substitute tax on capital income) with 8.3 billion (1.7%), income from the lot with 7.7 billion (1.6%), taxes related to insurance with 7.1 billion.

Almost half of the State revenue comes from taxes on labor, with 42.5% insured by the 208.9 billion Irpef. Companies, on the other hand, between 37.2 billion IRES and 23.6 billion IRAPs, pay 56.3 billion (11.5%) to the financial administration each year. On the brick, then, weighs a substantial property tax of 11 billion (2.2% of the total revenue): every year 4.8 billion of registration taxes are paid (mainly applied to real estate sales), 3.8 billion Imu ( tax on homes and land, excluding “first homes”), 1.6 billion in mortgage taxes and 800 million in inheritance taxes.

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The “hope” tax is worth a total of “14.3 billion, equal to 2.2% of the total revenue: 7.7 billion come from the lottery and another 6.6 billion from games and bets. Excise duties are worth 39.3 billion (8%) and include taxes on petrol and oil (25.4 billion), tobacco (10.6 billion), natural gas (2.7 billion), alcohol (600 million). «Our tax system is very unbalanced and, in any case, excessively burdensome for taxpayers. All this will have to be taken into account by the government, if it really wants to create a fairer tax system in line with the best international standards, when, in the near future, it should open the yard for tax reform. A reform that will have to follow two guidelines: first of all, the creation of a tax levy aimed at encouraging business investment and the recovery of employment, while the second objective must be simplification, with fewer rules and clear rules for all taxpayers “observes the councilor national team of Unimpresa, Marco Salustri.

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