Twitter, the Italian Revenue Agency’s account turns three
Three years ago, the 22nd January 2014, the Italian Revenue Agency landed on Twitter. With more than 2.5 million views per year, 25,300 followers and 1,600 tweets released, the Revenue Agency's account captured the attention of an audience in constant search of news. On a global dimension, Twitter proved to be still one of the largest source of breaking news. On the day of the 2016 United States presidential election, according to Wikipedia, users sent 40 million tweets on this topic.
Cooperative compliance: candy giant Ferrero Spa paves the way for adhering to the new collaborative fiscal program launched by the Italian Revenue Agency
Last week, the world leading chocolate and confectionery producer, Ferrero Spa, has become the first company to enter the recently established “cooperative compliance” program. The final purpose of the Agency, which coordinates and oversees the project, is to provide certainty in complex tax operations in order to attract investments and reduce the tax risk to a minimum. Such goal is achieved through a collaborative new-styled approach between tax Administrations, Italy’s Revenue Agency in this case, and big businesses.
Italy’s Revenue Agency 2016 online services new-peak: last year data marked another record-breaking acceleration in their use by millions of taxpayers
More dialogue and a Revenue Agency ever more service-oriented. That’s, in pills, the 2016 data set left in heredity. The Online registration service of renting acts surpassed the traditional models and procedures by an astonishing + 60%, whilst pre-compiled tax statements saw a + 43% increase. In the same period almost 1 million taxpayers choose to book a vis-à-vis appointment with a tax agent expert through the dedicated online section on the Agency's official website – www.agenziaentrate.gov.it. Particularly, this service has attracted more than 3 million taxpayers over a 3 years period, starting from to 2014.