The cadastral income of a property is an essential element, for the purposes of calculating the IMU, the TASI, the inheritance tax, for the purposes of personal income tax. It is in fact the tax base for the calculation of taxes.
But where is the cadastral income? How to find it? We see below, first of all, how and where to find the cadastral income of a property and, then, how to revalue it, according to current legislation.
Knowing the cadastral income of a house is very simple: just take the notarial deed of sale of the house and check the various pages: the cadastral income is written obligatorily on that document, then check every single page and you will find the value (usually you located on the third page).
Another method to find the cadastral income is offered directly by the Revenue Agency : from this link Consult cadastral income it is possible to recover the cadastral income, the data on land and agricultural income. To know this data, you just have to click on Login to the Service, enter your tax code, cadastral identifiers (i.e. the Municipality, the section, the sheet, the parcel) and the province where the house is located.
Finally, another method is to make use of a tax consultant , then an accountant, accountant or CAF, who will take care of requesting a cadastral survey. Usually, for this service, the consultant takes a fee that is around 25 euros. The title search is composed of two or three sheets, in the first sheet you will find the Rc, cadastral income.
Finally, remember that, to pay certain taxes, it may be necessary to re-evaluate the cadastral income. Read the post revaluation cadastral income at 5%.