Tax calculation is a calculation that a sensible entrepreneur makes frequently in the course of his life. Instead of relying on chance, in fact, it is always good to try to foresee every situation in order to be able to face any critical issues.

Obviously this is not some simple addition, but a very precise method to follow.

So today we enter the world of tax and tax calculation, and we will also see when taxes are paid and if there are ways to lower the tax burden legally.


The calculation of taxes and fees: how to know what is going on in the financial year


 The calculation of taxes and fees: how to know what is going on in the financial year


Taxes and taxes are a scourge for every entrepreneur, but they are also our way of contributing to the vitality and well-being of our nation and its inhabitants. Taxes and fees serve not only to guarantee essential public services, but also to secure a pension fund for the years to come.

Does their usefulness – and the fact that they are mandatory by law – mean that the only way forward is that of resignation? Not exactly.

It is important to keep two things in mind when it comes to taxes and fees:

  1. Tax calculation may seem useless, but in some cases it has managed to save small and medium-sized businesses on the brink of the abyss. Knowing how much you will pay is fundamental to being able to calculate the real cash availability;
  2. Being aware of the total sum can help us understand if there are ways to pay less taxes in a completely legal manner.

The tax estimate calculation, therefore, is a real weapon available to the entrepreneur, achievable through management control.


How to calculate taxes

With the flat tax approved by the budget law many things have changed for entrepreneurs. In fact, the € 60,000 threshold places small and medium-sized entrepreneurs on the same level. Just one year with a higher (or lower) income to return to the category above or below the flat tax regime forever.

For this reason, sometimes entrepreneurs are afraid of exceeding a certain income threshold for fear of ending up in the highest echelon. However, the law offers us solutions in this regard, such as the possibility – in some cases – of postponing billing to the following year.

This is why moments like budget closure become of fundamental importance, since they can determine belonging to a specific category of taxation.

But this is certainly not the most common case. Much more frequently, on the other hand, it happens that at the time of closing the budget the entrepreneur realizes he has in his pocket, in fact, much less than he had foreseen.