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Old 30th September 2014, 02:41 PM
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Hi there
wondered if anyone can help when you buy a property in Italy you would normally pay 10% tax on the property cadastral value if you are declaring none residency however you declare you will become resident you pay 3% then you have 18 months to become resident if the property is in joint names and both parties decide not to become resident what is then payable does anyone know?
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If you pay the difference before they notice I think you only pay the difference. If they have to chase you then it's the difference plus a fine.

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If you pay the difference before they notice I think you only pay the difference. If they have to chase you then it's the difference plus a fine.
so the difference would be 7% plus the fine total but not double if it's a joint property?

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No. The tax payable is calculated on the house not the number of buyers. So unless the fines have soared it wouldn't be even close to double.

I guess if you've bought a rundown ruin for almost no money it might be .

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No. The tax payable is calculated on the house not the number of buyers. So unless the fines have soared it wouldn't be even close to double.

I guess if you've bought a rundown ruin for almost no money it might be .
Thanks for your reply I am under the same impression however my wife and I have both been sent a separate bill for 7% plus interest plus fine I don't see how this can be right that would mean we have to pay 14% now if that makes sense

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I'd wander over to the notaio and ask. Other then that maybe try a CAF office. No idea of your location but google.it should find one near you.

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I'd wander over to the notaio and ask. Other then that maybe try a CAF office. No idea of your location but google.it should find one near you.
thanks for your reply excuse my ignorance what is caf office an abbreviation of ?

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centro assistanza fiscale.

Spelling is likely wrong.

They are often in or next door to patronato offices.

The CAF office fills out tax forms,helps with IMU/ICI/TASI. They charge a small amount. Much less then going to an accountant.

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centro assistanza fiscale.

Spelling is likely wrong.

They are often in or next door to patronato offices.

The CAF office fills out tax forms,helps with IMU/ICI/TASI. They charge a small amount. Much less then going to an accountant.
Thanks again for your reply and explanation I'll see where the nearest one is and get some advice

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