1. The first is that the dry tax introduced by the Berlusconi government was foreseen right from the start for all residential rentals, of any duration: we also point this out in relation to a statement recently made by Undersecretary Fazzolari. In 2017Indeed, the coupon for short-term rentals has only been further regulatedin particular by extending its application to cases of sublease and contracts stipulated by borrowers.
2. The second clarification concerns the “Cin”, the National Identification Code. This is not something new, but rather an instrument foreseen by law in 2019 and whose implementation was well underway, before running aground in the changes to the Ministry of Tourism (Sen. was actively involved in it. Massimo Garavaglia in his experience as a minister). That work needs to be completed, also by clarifying that the national code replaces the thousand codes established on a regional and municipal basis (proving the fact that the Wild West exists, but it is legislative) and by concluding the connection with the portals, without which any code becomes just more bureaucracy.
That said, an important rule of the maneuver is that which aims to prevent web platforms from continuing to escape the obligation – which they would have had from 2017, but which they have so far failed to comply with – to collect the tax from the landlords and pass it on to the State, to prevent tax evasion by the lessors themselves. The foreign body – on the topic of short-term rentals – it is the increase in the couponconceptually wrong and harmful.