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TARIS 2014

Post by Admin on Tue Oct 15, 2013 8:42 am

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Well, it looks likely we'll have a new tax replacing both IMU and TARES (rubbish tax) next year called TARIS. The IMU replacement is called TASI and the TARES replacement is called TARI. The TASI component will go 100% to the comune. It will also be payable by the owner and the tenant in a proportion between 90:10 and 70:30 respectively to be decided by the comune. It seems the TARI will be payable by the tenant as now. Of course this could all change. The comuni can varie the rates but the total must not exceed the old IMU rates plus 0.1% (ie max of 0.7% and 1.16%).

It looks like the TASI will be based on the cadastral value (like IMU) but the TARI will be based on the sqm (like TARES) just to make the calculations complicated! The rates bandied about were 1 per 1,000 or 0.1% for TASI and €0.30 per sqm for TARI. No news on reductions or exemptions.

We'll have to see what exactly comes out of the discussions this week but one thing looks pretty certain and that is the end of IMU.


[url=http://www.ilmessaggero.it/ECONOMIA/ECONOMIA_E_FINANZA/casa_tasse_trise_aumenti_sindaci_imu/notizie/339802.shtml]TARIS[/url]


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Wow!

Post by Admin on Fri Jan 03, 2014 1:25 pm

Finally found our TARES bill for 2013 (our post is still a bit squiffy after moving) - We have to pay €316 (that is not the Wow!) BUT that is only because we get a 60% discount for living in a remote area. That means our real bill would have been a whopping €790.

So, combined with IMU we will have paid €820 and without discounts it would have been €1537. That is a ridiculous amount of money in a country with such low wages. How on earth do pensioners manage?
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Re: TARIS 2014

Post by Gala Placidia on Fri Jan 03, 2014 4:01 pm

With enormous difficulty and family assistance, although this is not always possible. Yes, taxes and services rates have increased quite a bit over the last couple of years; however, this is not limited to Italy. Many other countries are experiencing the same.I think that it was former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser who said " Life wasn't meant to be easy". He did not specify for whom...
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Re: TARIS 2014

Post by Vicino on Sat Jan 04, 2014 9:01 am

The only thing that I would say is that when we left the UK, our Council Tax was some £2,300 per year, so we are still in credit (I think !)

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Re: TARIS 2014

Post by stevegwmonkseaton on Sat Jan 04, 2014 11:58 am

Vicino wrote:The only thing that I would say is that when we left the UK, our Council Tax was some £2,300 per year, so we are still in credit (I think !)V

Well convert that to € and it looks a lot more. But I think it's been said here before that at least in England you get something for your money... Oh and they send you a bill... and tell you well in advance what it's going to cost you!!! The average for a Band "D" house in the UK a couple of years ago was about £1500, that includes rubbish tax... So it depends on the value of the house in question... That leads on to where it's located, should we pay so many taxes, etc, etc... Just think I'm greedy and want the best of both worlds   Twisted Evil  Evil or Very Mad  Twisted Evil

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Re: TARIS 2014

Post by stevegwmonkseaton on Mon May 19, 2014 12:53 pm

This might be of help to some people. We have just received  our first part of our rifiuti (TARI) by post from the comune. The scandanza (payment date) is for two parts 31 May 14 and 31 July 14. There are 3 forms F24 (semplificata) to make payment, one is a combined payment of both the other two. The amounts are €63 per period, so €126 on the combined F24. They do not have any reference to the number of people in the house and it seems to be based on the MQ (size), which is down for 130mq, so I guess only what is cleassed as liveable space i.e. none  of the downstairs is included. There is also a 20% reduction for our own composting and a 5% addition down as "Addizionale Provinciale".
Since moving here we have always received a rubbish (rifiuti) bill by post, initially from some agency, but more recently from the Comune direct. Again initially, the bills were all 4 parts/periods of the year with the option to pay the whole year. Now I guess so they can adjust mid-year, we have only received the first 2 periods....

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TARI 2014

Post by CK on Mon Jun 23, 2014 12:32 pm

Hi there,

We have a holiday home in Umbria which is unoccupied most of the year, do we need to pay TARI as we are not technically the tenant?

Any help gratefully received!

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Re: TARIS 2014

Post by Admin on Mon Jun 23, 2014 12:34 pm

Yes, you will have to pay/should have paid it. Some Comune give a discount for unoccupied holiday homes. Best to check with them.
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Re: TARIS 2014

Post by CK on Mon Jun 23, 2014 1:25 pm

Thanks, I should have known !

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Re: TARIS 2014

Post by Casa Monal on Tue Jun 24, 2014 5:27 pm

And just when I thought it was safe to get back into the water Rolling Eyes right, another call to the commune…at least I get to practice my Italian...
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Re: TARIS 2014

Post by Gala Placidia on Tue Jun 24, 2014 5:45 pm

Don't complain. It is good for you. The more pracice you get... Razz
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Re: TARIS 2014

Post by lancashire lass on Thu Jun 26, 2014 1:30 pm

I have just been catching up with my filing and realised that last year we paid 279 E for the rubbish tax ( Tari i think) this year we have paid 263 E so far and there is another bill in November for the final part. It is increasing at a rapid pace!!!
Since it's based on the size of the property I am for once glad we have such a small place!!

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Re: TARIS 2014

Post by strawberrystar on Wed Aug 13, 2014 7:22 am

Hello everyone

Wonder if anyone out there can help me at all? I am non-resident in Italy but own a property there. It is in use around ten weeks a year and the ownership is split between myself and my husband. It is a four bedroom property and we do often allow family and friends to holiday there (within that ten weeks of occupancy). I have just received my TARI bill which is due in a couple of days. I note that the calculation seems to be based on the sq meterage and an assumption that there are three occupants. I have no idea why that has been decided. Can anyone shed any light on this, or on the saving if it had been based on two people? Should there be a reduction as we are non-resident and the house is infrequently occupied? My Italian is terrible and I am trying to weigh up whether it will be worth the effort of trying to communicate with my comune.

Thanks in advance everyone!

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Re: TARIS 2014

Post by stevegwmonkseaton on Wed Aug 13, 2014 8:02 am

I'm sure Modicasa will be able to answer this one, but I would guess it would be a lot cheaper. I seem to recall it being said that the letter/bill for this needed to be checked as many are being incorrectly assessed.

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Re: TARIS 2014

Post by Admin on Wed Aug 13, 2014 9:21 am

It is up to the comune whether they offer discounts for holiday homes etc. It is correct that it is based on sqm but if there are only 2 of you then you should obviously only be billed for 2 people. You need to speak to the comune about it.

I cannot see how the TARIS is due in 2 days however. It was either due at the same time as IMU (15th June) if the comune had stated the rates OR in Comune that hadn't it is due in October.
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Re: TARIS 2014

Post by modicasa on Thu Aug 14, 2014 6:18 am

Second homes ie non residents can quaify for a discount at the discretion of the comune.  TARI is calculated on square metrage as Admin says - and some comunes also include how many people notionally live there - but not all.  If yours was a comune which decided its rate for TARI before the end of May you would pay half in June and half in December.  For the comunes which didnt decide you will pay the first half in October and the second half in December.

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Re: TARIS 2014

Post by stevegwmonkseaton on Thu Aug 14, 2014 9:39 am

Admin provided this link a while back to enable you to check if your comune had set their rate on time Did Comune set rate on time 2014 LINK

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Re: TARIS 2014

Post by stevegwmonkseaton on Thu Aug 14, 2014 9:45 am

Just realised StrawberryStar you are talking TARI, not TASI. I understood TARI was down to the comune to set the payment date(s), we paid our first lot months ago. Not too sure if it will make much difference how many are on the bill, but it's worth a try...

Sorry, did mean to add the link to the POST Admin created on the new tax that includes TARI Admin post LINK I realise this is a montain of stuff, but like everything else here we need to get our head around it. Then they will no doubt change it!!!


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Re: TARIS 2014

Post by modicasa on Fri Aug 15, 2014 6:35 am

Steve you're right - I got mixed up with TASi too.   So forget what I wrote - TARI bills came out in the spring - and there is no October tranche, unless you pay by instalments and not in one lump!.  Its the heat you know......

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Re: TARIS 2014

Post by Admin on Fri Aug 15, 2014 6:44 am

Me too - doh!
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Re: TARIS 2014

Post by stevegwmonkseaton on Fri Aug 29, 2014 9:20 am

I'm no longer too sure where this should go... TARI  (rubbish tax), perhaps we should call it "rubbish tax (aaaaa where aaaaa = name of charge today!). Anyway, I noted on another site that someone has a bill today, due 31 August 2014. We also think Strawberry had a TARI bill recently. Do we therefore conclude, knowing that the comune decide this charge time etc, that there is no set dates for this, no set instalments? I can't recall if our filed away bill was full payment or not, but suspect it was first of two. We got this and paid it in May, so guess I'd better go and look...

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Avviso Pagamento TARI ANNO 2014

Post by Casa Monal on Sat Aug 30, 2014 11:18 am

I can help for a change Very Happy
 
We called at the commune when we were in Pigna last week and were told that the TARI bill for 2014 had been posted. That’s the first time ever…and true to their word, we received the bill the same week
 
Yes, there are three payment dates: 
 
1st payment date:   31.08.2014
2nd payment date:  31.10.2014
3rd payment date:  16.12.2014
 
Alternatively, one payment in full by 31.08.2014.  Payment has to be on a F24, which came with the bill, four x F24s already filled in. However as the square metre of our property is incorrect (we have brought this to the commune’s attention for three years but with no result) and the number of occupants shown is also incorrect, we’ve only paid the first instalment on line which meant that I had to fill in an online F24.  
 
I also asked the bank manager in Pigna about TARI and the changes next year.  He said that communes could decide to implement TARIS this year or leave it as TARI. Next year TARIS will be implemented and he expects a significant increase.  Pigna decided to leave it as TARI for 2014.  When I told him that I’ve tried for 3 years to have the square metres changed (I showed him the original deed document confirmed by the geometra) and the number of occupants, he promptly picked up the phone and called the commune on our behalf. Bottom line - we have to pay the first instalment due on 31.8 and on the 1st September, a new amended bill will be sent to us. He told us not to pay the second instalment until they have corrected it and if I have any further problems to let him know.
 

Now I wonder if I can get the same service from my Dutch bank manager… Twisted Evil
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Re: TARIS 2014

Post by modicasa on Sat Aug 30, 2014 5:13 pm

Then itsa comunal thing - we had first bill payable in june, second in September, third in November.....

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Re: TARIS 2014

Post by stevegwmonkseaton on Sat Aug 30, 2014 7:32 pm

Yes, had a check of ours, we paid in May this year for the period 01/01/14 to 30/06/14 for 2 quarters on acconto (€63 per quarter) and it looks like there are 2 more final parts to pay...

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Re: TARIS 2014

Post by Flip on Sun Aug 31, 2014 12:01 pm

stevegwmonkseaton wrote:I'm no longer too sure where this should go... TARI  (rubbish tax), perhaps we should call it "rubbish tax (aaaaa where aaaaa = name of charge today!). Anyway, I noted on another site that someone has a bill today, due 31 August 2014. We also think Strawberry had a TARI bill recently. Do we therefore conclude, knowing that the comune decide this charge time etc, that there is no set dates for this, no set instalments? I can't recall if our filed away bill was full payment or not, but suspect it was first of two. We got this and paid it in May, so guess I'd better go and look...

The only Bills due on the 31st August are INPS, I think.
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Re: TARIS 2014

Post by stevegwmonkseaton on Sun Aug 31, 2014 12:38 pm

Yep I'd be surprised at anything being due here on the 31st August! I'm "happy" after looking at our bill and hearing from others in different comune that they are all doing it different. Looking at the dates we received the 2 bills for the first two quarters, we likely will get the other 2 final rubbish (TARI) bills in the next few weeks...

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