Superbollo: a new proposal for abolition in the Senate

On November 29th, the cold shower on the super stamp arrived : the Senate had rejected the proposal for the repeal of the car tax, introduced in 2011. The game, however, is not over: a new amendment was presented , this time in committee Budget, on the cancellation of the tax.   It will be reviewed in the next few days Therefore, there is new hope to cancel this tax, with a proposal exactly identical to the previous one. It remains to be seen whether the Budget Committee will have a different opinion from that of the Finance and Labor Committees. We will find out shortly, as the amendment will be examined in the coming days.  A tax that is not particularly important for the coffers of the Italian state, given that the parliament had included it in the range of 'micro-levies' with an incidence of just 0.01% on state tax revenues . This is an average of 113 million euros a year ended up in the state coffers thanks to the super tax.  It was introduced in 2011 It was 2011 when, the then Berlusconi government , introduced superbollo , a plus to the standard car tax (car tax) on cars with power above 225 kW (306 hp). The tax was amended in 2012 by the Monti government which expanded its applicability, lowering the entry threshold to 185 kW (252 hp), and doubling the amount from 10 to 20 euros for each kW above 185 kW.  However, a mechanism was also introduced to scale in proportion to the aging of the car, bringing the super stamp to zero after twenty years. We'll see if it's time to (finally) say goodbye to this tax.

On November 29th, the cold shower on the super stamp arrived : the Senate had rejected the proposal for the repeal of the car tax, introduced in 2011. The game, however, is not over: a new amendment was presented , this time in committee Budget, on the cancellation of the tax.

It will be reviewed in the next few days

Therefore, there is new hope to cancel this tax, with a proposal exactly identical to the previous one. It remains to be seen whether the Budget Committee will have a different opinion from that of the Finance and Labor Committees. We will find out shortly, as the amendment will be examined in the coming days.

A tax that is not particularly important for the coffers of the Italian state, given that the parliament had included it in the range of 'micro-levies' with an incidence of just 0.01% on state tax revenues . This is an average of 113 million euros a year ended up in the state coffers thanks to the super tax.

It was introduced in 2011

It was 2011 when, the then Berlusconi government , introduced superbollo , a plus to the standard car tax (car tax) on cars with power above 225 kW (306 hp). The tax was amended in 2012 by the Monti government which expanded its applicability, lowering the entry threshold to 185 kW (252 hp), and doubling the amount from 10 to 20 euros for each kW above 185 kW.

However, a mechanism was also introduced to scale in proportion to the aging of the car, bringing the super stamp to zero after twenty years. We'll see if it's time to (finally) say goodbye to this tax.

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