Südtirol Pass and abo+

Tax-deductions for subscription tickets

How to access your order history for 2022

Money spent on yearly, subscription-based public transport tickets is tax-deductible. For 2022, you can order your personalised list here – and now it is also available in your Südtirol Pass user account.

Expenses for subscription-based tickets including Südtirol Pass, Euregio Family Pass, Südtirol Pass abo+ and Südtirol Pass 65+ bought in 2022 are tax-deductible, provided that they were paid for with an electronically traceable method (ATM, direct debit, credit card etc.).

The expenses can be deducted from this year’s income tax (IRPEF) at a rate of 19% for a maximum of 250 EUR. This total amount includes not just the claimant’s own annual ticket fees but also, where applicable, any annual subscription fees or fares paid for dependent family members. Any cash payments and, if applicable, Südtirol Pass or other subscription-based travel expenses reimbursed by the employer must be deducted from the total amount.

Click on the button below to generate a list of all recorded expenses that went towards your subscription-based tickets in the year 2022. This overview contains all expenses in your name, regardless of the form of payment. Please note that this list does not replace payment receipts: It is the user’s responsibility to keep all receipts safe and to show them whenever asked to do.

My expenses for subscriptions in 2022

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