Taxes, Cgia: start of the week as a “nightmare” for businesses, here’s how much they have to pay

They will be called to pay 27 billion euros, an amount that is close to the size of the next maneuver, underline the artisans

Next Monday and Tuesday will be two days of “nightmare” for Italian entrepreneurs who will be called upon to honor the most onerous tax deadline of the year. The complaint comes from the Cgia Studies Office which estimates that between the payment of the Ires, Irap, Irpef advances and the substitute tax for the flat-rate activities, the companies will be required to pay 27 billion euros to the state coffers: within On Tuesday, therefore, the state will collect, the artisans note, an amount that is close to the size of the next budget maneuver (about 30 billion). And this without considering the payment of their social security contributions to INPS. “In the face of this situation, there will be cases in which it will be difficult to meet this deadline; unfortunately, the lack of liquidity is returning to be a nagging problem, especially for many small and micro enterprises”, the CGIA again denounces.

Analyzing the amounts that the tax authorities will collect by Tuesday, the most economically important deadline will be the one attributable to the payment of the Ires advance which according to the estimates of the Cgia Studies Office will cost companies 12.2 billion euros. The Irap advance, on the other hand, will take 6.8 billion from the coffers of the companies, while the Irpef advance will be just under 6.7 billion euros. For the latter item, it should be noted that part of the payment will be in the hands of Irpef subjects who do not have a VAT number (i.e. employees or retirees) who have other forms of income (rents, different incomes). Finally, the tax authorities will receive approximately 1.2 billion euros from the substitute tax for self-employed workers on a flat-rate basis.

Furthermore, by December 16, the CGIA still lists, companies will have to pay social security and welfare contributions and Irpef withholdings of their employees and collaborators. They will also have to pay the substitute tax on income from revaluation of severance pay, the balance of the Imu on warehouses, offices, shops and VAT for the month of November, provided they are monthly taxpayers. Finally, by Christmas they will also have to pay the thirteenth to their employees.