ISEEU

What is Isee for?

Many may ask themselves "what is the ISEE used for?" It is an indicator of the equivalent economic situation of the family unit and indicates the economic level of the family.
Very different from the tax return (since the latter is used for the calculation of the taxes to be paid on the income earned by the individual), given that it takes into consideration the entire family unit with the income and assets of each member of the unit itself.
We can say that the ISEE serves to enhance the economic contribution of each individual to the wealth of the family unit.
The indicator, however, is not limited to adding incomes and assets, since it then relates them to the number of those who make up the family unit, also taking into account the personal condition of each one (if, for example, a subject is disabled, minor, student, etc.
Obtaining an ISEE certificate is not mandatory for anyone, but for those who want to obtain social benefits or economic benefits granted by the State or local authorities, in various contexts it is necessary.
Very often, in fact, contributions and benefits are recognized on the basis of the ISEE of the family unit, while others provide for a payment of a minimum amount to those who do not have the ISEE (an example is represented by the single allowance for children) .
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What is the ISEE used for? What is the ISEE for? How many types of ISEE are there and how much are they used? Ordinary ISEE Current ISEE University ISEE Social and health ISEE Social and health ISEE residences ISEE minors What is the ISEE for? To answer our initial question, therefore, it can be said that the ISEE serves to establish the economic level of a family and, more specifically, to request certain benefits reserved only for segments of the population that have an ISEE value no higher than certain threshold established by law.
The Ministry of Labor and Social Policies provides the following definition of the ISEE: The ISEE is the indicator used to evaluate and compare the economic situation of families who intend to request a subsidized social benefit.
The ISEE, therefore, mainly serves to determine the wealth of families to divide participation in social services and benefits paid by the State in an equitable way (such as school canteens, university fees, public transport, health tickets and concessions for families).
How many types of ISEE are there and how much are they used? Since the ISEE allows access to various benefits, there is not a single model, but different ones based on the situation of the family unit and the service that must be requested.
There are, therefore: the ordinary ISEE; the current ISEE; the ISEE university; the socio-health ISEE; the social and health ISEE for residences; the ISEE minors.
Let's see below what each form needs to be filled out for and for which types of families.
Ordinary ISEE This is the ISEE which contains information regarding the personal data, income and assets situation of the family unit.
For most benefits, this is precisely the ISEE form that must be presented and takes into consideration income and assets from the previous two years (for 2024 it will take into consideration income and assets from 2022).
The ordinary ISEE must be requested every year starting from January 1st and always expires, regardless of when it was requested, on December 31st of the same year.
Current ISEE The current ISEE is used when the ordinary ISEE does not fully represent the real economic situation of the family.
In this case the model updates the ISEE for the last 12 months, allowing to have an economic situation as close as possible to the real one of the nucleus.
The current ISEE can be used when significant changes occur in the family's income or assets (for example the loss of a job of one of the members, the loss of a salary).
It can also be used in the event of changes in assets, but in this case only starting from 1 April of each year.
Isee University This is a model that allows university students to access benefits for the right to study (such as reductions in university fees, rankings for student accommodation, etc.).
Even if this model concerns the student, in the ISEE University the income and assets of the entire family in which the student is attracted is taken into account, even if not cohabiting, when not economically independent.
Isee socio-health It allows access to socio-health services such as home care for the disabled and those who are not self-sufficient.
When a disabled person presents this ISEE form, they can choose a smaller family unit than that required for the ordinary ISEE.
Isee socio-health residences It is needed when the beneficiary must be hospitalized in structures such as Rsa and Rssa.
Usually, in fact, when calculating this, the ISEE takes into consideration the economic conditions of self-sufficient children who do not live with the beneficiary to distinguish between the elderly who do not have help to cover hospitalization costs and those who can, instead, count on the financial help for children.
ISEE for minors The ISEE for minors is a very particular model that is necessary for children of parents who are not married to each other and are not cohabiting.
In fact, when calculating the ISEE, the condition of the parent not living with the child is also taken into consideration to understand whether it may affect the ISEE of the minor's family unit.
The non-cohabiting parent is considered an additional or attracted member, based on his or her personal condition.

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