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What is the F24 model and what types of F24 can I pay for with Qonto?
What is the F24 model and what types of F24 can I pay for with Qonto?
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The F24 is the form with which taxpayers, VAT-registered and non-VAT-registered, make payments of taxes, fees and contributions.

It is a unified form, introduced in 1997 to simplify and unify the different forms used in the past to pay taxes. With the F24, in fact, a single operation is enough to pay all the amounts due.

VAT-registered taxpayers are obliged to use telematic modes of F24 payment, such as the one offered by Qonto.

What taxes and fees can I pay with F24?

The main taxes and contributions you can pay with Qonto through the F24 form are:

  • income taxes (Irpef, Ires);

  • withholding taxes on labor income and capital gains;

  • VAT;

  • Irap;

  • Inps, Inail, Inpgi, Cipag, Cnpr, Enpacl, Enpap, Enpapi, Epap, Eppi, Cnocl contributions and Inail premiums;

  • Imu, Imi, Imis, Tari and Tasi;

  • regional and municipal taxes.

For a complete list of all taxes, contributions and premiums, you can consult the website of Agenzia delle Entrate.

Does Qonto also accept F24 forms with offsetting amounts?

Absolutely! Unlike the services offered by traditional banks, with Qonto you can make both debit and credit payments on an F24.

Offset payments are only possible through the new I24 feature, delegating the payment to your accountant with immediate debit. You can find more information at the dedicated article.

What are the F24 forms supported by Qonto?

With Qonto you can pay the ordinary F24 form, which is valid for the payment of the vast majority of taxes. You also have the possibility to pay simplified or predetermined F24s: you just have to link them back to the ordinary model!

👇 Please note

Through Qonto it is currently not possible to pay taxes via the Elide (Identifying Elements) and Accise model.

When should I pay my F24?

F24 payment deadlines are usually concentrated in the middle or end of the month. You can check the website of Agenzia delle Entrate for all the detailed information on the F24 tax schedule.

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