The ISEE declaration, or Dsu (single substitute declaration), from which the indicator of the economic situation of each family unit is obtained, has now become essential to access most of the public benefits: income and citizenship pension, payment of university fees. and the school canteen to a reduced extent, payment in installments of the folders, are just some of the benefits accessible based on the Isee indicator of the family. However, the ISEE declaration does not always reflect the real situation of the family unit: both the assets and the income of all family members, in fact, date back to the second year prior to the presentation of the declaration. Furthermore, it can happen that there are changes in the composition of the core itself. In these cases, is it possible to modify the single self-declaration? How to lower it? Fortunately, there is a way to ensure that the ISEE declaration reflects the real income situation of the family: through the presentation of the current ISEE model, in fact, it is possible to update the income of the family unit practically in real time. lowering also by updating the composition of the family unit: leaving the family unit, however, is only possible if you change residence, or in the event that you can use the small family unit for the presentation of social and health-disabled Isee. omitting to declare income, movable or immovable property, on the other hand, is a bad idea, not only for the penal sanctions to which one is obviously exposed, but also because, with the pre-filled ISEE, from 2020 almost all the data of the declaration will be known by INPS even before presenting the model, thanks to the links with numerous databases. But let’s proceed in order. When can Isee income be lowered? It is possible to lower ISEE incomes, updating them to the last 12 months, and in some cases even to the last 2 months, by submitting the current ISEE model. course of validity; – that, for at least one member of the nucleus, the permanent employment relationship has ceased, after 1 January of the reference year of the ordinary ISEE income (the income indicated in the ordinary ISEE model refers to the 2nd last year); that, for at least one member of the nucleus, permanent employment has been suspended after 1 January of the reference year of the ordinary ISEE income; – that, for at least one member of the nucleus, has been reduced working hours, if employed for an indefinite period, after 1 January of the reference year of the ordinary ISEE income; – that at least one member of the household has lost a fixed-term or flexible employment, provided that he can prove that he was employed for at least 120 days in the 12 months preceding the end of the last employment relationship; the change in the situation must also occur after 1 January of the reference year of the ordinary ISEE income; – that at least one member of the nucleus has finished self-employment, if carried out continuously for a minimum 12 months; this change in employment must also take place after 1 January of the reference year of the ordinary ISEE income; – that one of the members of the nucleus loses a pension, assistance service or a different treatment not included in the total income for Irpef purposes ; – that there is a variance in the variation in the overall income situation of the family unit, equal to at least 25% compared to the income situation calculated with the first Isee return. Until when is the ISEE valid with updated income? The validity of the current ISEE is 6 months, and starts from the moment the replacement form of the declaration is presented. However, if there are changes in the work situation or in the enjoyment of any treatments, the current ISEE must be updated within two months of the change.To find out how the updated declaration must be completed: Guide to the new current ISEE. When can family members be removed from the ISEE? For Isee purposes, the family unit does not always coincide with the registered family: you can be part of the same family unit, in some cases, even if you have a different residence, you are separated or divorced. In particular, separated or divorced spouses continue to make the same Isee family unit if they continue to reside in the same house; if the separation or divorce took place after 1 September 2018, the change of residence must be certified by a special report from the local police. under 26 years of age, is in the condition of being dependent on them for personal income tax purposes, is not married and has no children.The members already belonging to the family unit continue to be part of it for the purposes of the ISEE also following changes in personal data, if continue to reside in the same home. With some exceptions (parent married to another person or having children with another person, obliged to periodic allowances, stranger, estranged, excluded from parental authority), parents who are not married or cohabiting are part of the same nucleus (whoever is married or has children with another person is considered an additional member of the family unit). declaration that must be completed to request social and health benefits, or home assistance services, bonuses for purchases and other services in favor of the disabled), it is possible to restrict the nucleus, including only the incomes of the disabled person, spouse and children . Can income and assets be removed from the pre-filled ISEE? The pre-filled ISEE debuted in 2020: the taxpayer, in practice, finds the ISEE declaration on the INPS website, including almost all the necessary information, such as income, real estate and movable assets. In case of errors, it is possible to make corrections, but in case of checks it is essential to keep the documentation that proves the presence of inaccuracies in the databases and the veracity of what has been declared.