Lunedì, 24 Settembre 2018

Italian local taxes 'more than double in 15 years'


(ANSA) - Venice, August 21 - Italians have seen their local
taxes more than double in the past 15 years, according to a
study by trade association CGIA di Mestre.
The overall amount has risen 114.4% to a record high of 102
billion euros, according to calculations carried out by the
association that represents artisans and small companies in the
northern Italian Mestre area.
The report was drawn up by examining Italian taxpayers'
filings to regions, provinces and local city councils in the
1996-2011 period.
Local taxes totaled 47.6 billion euros in the first year
the study examined.
CGIA said each taxpayer today is accountable for an average
of 1,684 euros in local taxes, adding that the situation is
expected to worsen in 2012.

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