Scottish Commissioner: “A move to rapidly simplify interactions between citizens and administration”. In addition, those who are owed can request payment in installments on the AMA’s website
The touch of a finger is enough to pay waste tax. This has been possible for Romans since June 24 thanks to the Io app, the official software to interact with the public administration. Another innovation relating to the tari in Rome concerned the possibility of paying any dues in instalments. An operation that aims to facilitate payments from 2017 to 2021, capital collected only 34 percent waste tax,
a new submission in july
first telematic bill of tax, Recent decrease of 4% For home users, they have already been sent. Other notifications will be sent again to the io platform around July 20 to give app downloaders the possibility to use the new system in the coming weeks.
paper bill will keep coming
However, the paper version of the bills will continue to come and all the usual means of payment already provided by AMA will remain active. It is estimated that the io app, which requires Spid, has already been downloaded by some 500,000 Roman citizens, and the administration hopes to reach a growing number of users.
Pay in installments from the AMA website
Anyone who has to pay Tari between 300 and 3 thousand euros for the years before 2022 can use the installment plan through the AMA website without any further restrictions. The innovation, thanks to a resolution approved today by the Capitoline Council. The request for payment of installments must be submitted by September 5 of this year, if the amount is indicated in the notice of payment of tari for the first semester; By January 10, 2023, if the amount of the second semester is informed.
Scottish: «easy contact with citizens»
Deputy Mayor and Councilor for the budget of Roma Capital Scottish Sylvia He underlined: “The possibility of receiving Tari directly on your smartphone via the io app is an important step in this administration’s effort to make the interaction between citizens and the capital of Rome ever simpler, faster and without complications”. Scozzi also highlighted that this is only the first step towards progressive digitization: “In the coming months, the telematic and payment services available will continue to grow”.
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