The course aims at providing students with a basic knowledge on the relevant constitutional principles of the Italian tax system, on the rights and obligations of the taxpayer, on direct taxes (income tax and IRES) and VAT, from both the European and national perspective.
TAXES AND RULES OF TAXATION
1. THE ITALIAN TAXATION SYSTEM: RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF TAXPAYERS
2. INCOME TAXES (IRPEF and IRES)
I) evolution of income taxes system;
II) fundamental rules;
III) type of individual incomes;
IV) business profits;
V) no-profit organizations and non-residence subjects;
VI) corporate groups.
3. VALUE ADDED TAX
Physiognomy of V.A.T.; 2. Symptoms of ability to pay V.A.T.; 3. relevant transactions: the supply of goods; 4. Performances and services; 5. The subjective point: the pursuit of undertakings, trades and professions; 6. The area profile relevant transaction; 7. The timing of the relevant transaction and chargeability of V.A.T.; 8. The sales "non-taxable": a) goods and services supplied to non-EU countries 9. Imports; 10. The intra-Community supplies 11. Exempt transactions 12. Taxable amount and rate of each transaction taxed with V.A.T.; 13 obligation of billing and compensation, right of deduction of VAT on purchases; 14 formal obligations; 15. Rules regarding procedure: liquidations, payments, statements annual repayments
- FONDAMENTI DI DIRITTO TRIBUTARIO, AA.VV., 2020, Wolters Kluwer Italia, capitoli da 1 a 5
- PRINCIPI DI DIRITTO TRIBUTARIO, SALVATORE LA ROSA, 2019, GIAPPICHELLI, TORINO: da pag. 1 a pag. 25; da pag. 110; da pag. 112 a pag. 114; da pag. 141 a pag. 176; da pag. 203 a pag. 217; da pag. 229 a pag. 235
- L’Imposta sul Valore Aggiunto sulle operazioni transnazionali, Maria Grazia Ortoleva, Quiedit, 2013
The exam – which aim is to evaluate the learning progress regarding basic law notions, the student's capability to use proper legal jargon, to link the different legal institutions and to understand their reason – will take place according to procedures here described. Students have to take two exam. The closed-response test is made of twenty-four questions: for each right answer one point is assigned, for each wrong answer 0.25 is subtracted, non-given answers are not worth any point. This exam lasts 35 min. In order to pass the exam (18/30) students have to reach a minimum score of 14/24.
The oral examination intends to test students' abilities in drawing connections between topics discussed during the course and to interpret and apply legal provisions.
The final grade is made up of the arithmetic weighted average of the two grades.