Its not public information -Submitted by modicasa on Wed, 09/24/2014 - 05:29
Ciao Fred,Submitted by Italian Dream House on Fri, 09/26/2014 - 12:03
Ciao Fred,Modicasa is correct. I can just add that, in case you buy a house, IMU payments have to be requested and checked by the Notary prior to the the purchase act and, in case you're renting, if payments are not regular it's the owner and not the new occupant who has to respond of it. The rental contract will prove since when you're in charge of the property.Elisabetta
Thanks for your response.Submitted by casa del campanile on Fri, 09/26/2014 - 18:27
In reply to Ciao Fred, by Italian Dream House
Thanks for your response. Basic concern is, having assisted a number of folks with their tax submissions, we have no way of learning the accuracy of our submissions until maybe several years down the road upon receipt of an underpayment of tax notice with the attendant penalties, fees, interest, whatever. Guess a visit to the Comune is necessary to ascertain the accuracy of our tax payments. In the States, should one file a tax return with an underpayment of tax, the IRS will be "on your doorstep" before the glue dries on your envelope; with an overpayment your grandchildren have a 5% (or less) chance of reimbursement.