If the money ran out, how can one pay taxes? Is it possible to remove the risk of foreclosure of the current account or of the car being stopped?
When the obligation to pay taxes cannot be fulfilled, it is necessary to take action to avoid the risk of falling into serious measures.
To pay taxes it is an obligation that all taxpayers have and that does not look anyone in the face. Tax payment arrives for the rich and the poor, for those who have to support only themselves and those with a large family, for those who have their backs covered and those who struggle every day to survive in a world of excessive spending.
The taxes are used to allow the Italian State the redistribution of wealth among citizens and guarantee education, health and other “privileges” that other nations do not have. A legitimate aim, therefore, but one that requires citizens numerous annual deadlines to be respected which are added to the monthly expenses that a family – or a business – has to bear. And if you don’t pay the consequences they are serious come the foreclosure of money or the stop of the car. But what can be done if there is no money available?
Finished money and taxes to pay, how to act
The taxpayer who cannot pay taxes must intervene before the tax authorities can apply the tax compulsory collection using its power to seize the debtor’s assets. Car, current account, real estate, the risk of losing everything is real and must be removed as far as possible.
The Revenue Agency offers citizens the ability to regularize their late position through active repentance. It is a procedure with which to pay the amount due benefiting from reduced penalties compared to those applied if the tax authorities had to request the sum due back by sending a tax bill.
Payment in installments of the tax
The tool to be able to pay the amount due before the Tax authorities initiate checks and investigations with consequent sending of a tax bill with a high amount between penalties and interest is the active repentance. The fact remains, however, that many people do not have the necessary liquidity available to be able to pay the entire sum at once.
The Inland Revenue allows them to submit an online application to apply the payment in installments of the amount. The application for payment in installments can be submitted online by accessing the portal of the Revenue Agency-Collection. A tempting opportunity, therefore, not to get to the foreclosure of money or to stop the car but be careful not to miss even one of the deadlines set. In the event of non-payment, in fact, the benefit of the extension will be lost and the missing amount will have to be paid at once and as soon as possible.