During the first 4 years after implementing tax on land, all taxpayers will have a general deduction. You will get this deduction automatically.
Implementation of tax on land could lead to a sudden, high inrease of the tax to pay. To avoid this, tax on land is implemented gradully. This is done by applying a general deduction. When determining the taxable value of a parcel the general deduction is made from the appraised value according to the following formula:
Taxable value = Appraised value – General deduction
The general deduction is a certain percentage of the appraised value.The size of the deduction is decreased over the years as follows.
Year General deduction
2019 80% of appraised value
2020 60% of appraised value
2021 40% of appraised value
2022 20% of appraised value
From 2023 No general deduction
Legal reference: Article 7 of Law No. 06/L-005 On Immovable Property Tax.
Rina owns a parcel. The appraised value of the parcel is 45,000 € in 2018. If the appraised value should not change over the coming years the general deduction and the taxable value will be as follows.
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