Rete Civica di Comune di Firenze
La Loggia dei Lanzi si illumina di blu per la Giornata mondiale sull'autismo
La sera di martedì 2 aprile Firenze aderisce all'iniziativa dell'Assemblea generale delle Nazioni Unite
I giardini di Firenze a portata di click, si rinnova il sito 'Verde on Web' del Comune
Una mappa completa con ricerca per altalene, campi da calcio, fontanelli, aree cani. E tante news
A spasso con Marcovaldo, ovvero le stagioni in biblioteca
E' il momento delle Storie di primavera. Letture animate per bambini dai 3 ai 10 anni
On the 17th of February, in Florence besieged by the troops of Charles V, a game of calcio in costume (historical soccer) was played to mock the enemy. To commemorate this event a historical soccer match will take place.
08/11/2016 - 19/02/2017
A selection of 26 drawings by Giambattista Tiepolo from the Horne Album, during its restauration.
10/01/2017 - 05/03/2017
The history of fashion in Florence through the lens of the photographers by Foto Locchi atelier in 100 rare shots from the 30ties to the 70ties of the 20th century.
The amount of tax paid is usually determined by law, but the state can also set maximum and minimum rates (for example in the case of the IMU) or simply decide on the guidelines, leaving specific choices to local authorities.
An ‘imposta’ is a payment in relation to the ability to pay regardless of the direct use of a particular service.
- Tourist Tax
The tourist tax has to be paid by any person not resident in the city of Florence, for each overnight stay (i.e. per person per night) in facilities situated within the Municipality of Florence, up to a maximum of 7 nights in a row.
Excluded from this payment are:
a) children up to twelve years of age;
b) people accompanying patients hospitalized within the municipality, also those in an outpatient setting, with a maximum of two assistants per patient;
c) patients who make use of hospital care in an outpatient setting;
d) students enrolled at the University of Florence.
The managers of facilities located in the city of Florence are required to inform their guests about this tourist tax, the costs and exceptions regarding its payment.
The ‘Imposta municipale propria’ or ‘Imposta municipale unica’ (IMU) of the Italian tax system is a tax that is applied to every kind of real estate and which is possible to merge into a single tax together with income tax (‘Imposta sul reddito delle persone fisiche’, or IRPEF) and related additional taxes. To find out the current status and calculate the IMU to be paid in a given year, please see the website of the Municipality.
A ‘tariffa’ corresponds to the cost for the use of a service, established by an authority, agency or public enterprise, usually as a result of a direct request (for example for nurseries, school canteens and public swimming pools).
The TARES (‘Tributo Comunale per i Rifiuti ed i Servizi’) substitutes the previous ‘Tariffa di Igiene Ambientale’ (TIA) as of January 2013 and is the system of financing municipal waste management and the cleaning of public areas – essentially, the garbage tax. As the name implies, the ‘tariffa’, in contrast to tax, aims to charge users exactly the amount of money in relation to how much they make use of the service (as precisely as possible). The rate is divided into two parts: a flat rate and a variable rate. The flat rate is used to cover operating expenses, such as the costs for street sweeping and the payment of employees. The variable rate, on the other hand, depends on the amount of waste produced by the user. Also, according to the D.L. 35/2013 art. 10 c.2 lett.a) TARES rates and its three deadlines have been established respectively: May 31st 2013, September 30th 2013 and December 31st 2013
For any information or clarification you can contact Quadrifoglio SpA.
A ‘canone’ is a periodic payment for the use of a specific good. For example the ‘Cosap’, which is the fee for the occupation of public areas and spaces, such as driveways (‘passi carrabili’).
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