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Pre-populated tax return 2022 season kicks off with 1.2 billion data already “uploaded” by the Revenue Agency

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In 2021 4.2 million declarations transmitted independently
Pre-filled individual fiscal forms will be available starting from 23 May, whilst from 31 May it will then be possible to send them back to the Revenue Agency, with or without changes. The news is that from this year it can also be sent by a family member or a trusted person.
Citizens will be able to consult their tax return by entering the reserved area on the Agency website with Spid, electronic identity card or national service card. The 2022 fiscal season will close on September 30 for those who will submit the Mod. 730, which is a simplified income tax return, or on November 30 for those who will use the Redditi PF for instead. However, a new guide, online on the institutional website, and a video, published on the YouTube revenue channel, will illustrate the news and the steps to follow to help taxpayers to check and send their tax returns correctly and in time.

The volume of pre-filled information hit a record high – This year the amount of data pre-entered by the Revenue Agency has increased and exceeds 1 billion and 200 million. Therefore, using third party information reports to assist taxpayers meet their return filing obligation proves decisive to facilitate and enhancing the tax compliance. Particularly, most of the data refers to healthcare costs which this year jumped from 718 million last season to over 1 billion (+ 40%).

The growth trend of the do-it-yourself tax return continues - In the 7 years since the start of the pre-populated personal tax returns (2015-2021), the submissions of the 730 and Redditi PF forms made directly by taxpayers have grown to reach 4.2 million in 2021, with a growth of 200% compared to as of 2015 (1.4 million). At the same time, the percentage of 730 no touches, or Mod. 730 sent without changes neither integrations, is also constantly increasing, so that last year stood at 22.3% (it was 5.8% in 2015). If we then consider the number of pre-loaded information, we have gone from about 160 million data pre-entered in 2015 to 1.2 billion this year.

Stefano Latini