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Superbonus: Bank of Italy calls for the reform of all bonuses


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"The Superbonus has had a very significant impact on the construction sector" and "about half of the investments that benefited from the Superbonus would not have occurred in the absence of the incentive".

But "the burdens of the measure for the public budget are still considerable", and have grown over the two-year period, "reflecting the strong acceleration in the use of the measure": said Giacomo Ricotti, head of Bankitalia's assistance and tax consultancy service, during the hearing in the Senate.

"In a first phase, characterized by a practically unlimited circulation of tax credits, huge volumes of fraud were recorded" which led to legislative interventions to stem the phenomenon.

The limitations on the number and type of transfers "contributed to the achievement of this objective, but ended up penalizing virtuous companies as well", said Ricotti.

The commission of inquiry into banks, at the end of June 2022 indicated that "in the two-year period 2020-2022, banks have undertaken commitments for tax credits totaling 76,989,096,317, saturating their fiscal capacity".

Abi and Ance recall this in a joint note in which they "reiterate that the F24 proposal has the advantage of being applicable very quickly, easy to implement and would have no additional impact on public finances". 

"Abi and Ance, in view of the technical table announced yesterday by the Minister of Economy on the subject of superbonus, believe that the use of the F24 is essential to expand the tax compensation capacity and solve the problem of problem loans which is causing the business system is in great difficulty".

Thus the banking association and that of the builders in a joint note, in which they underline that "we need a timely measure that immediately allows banks to expand their purchasing capacity also using a part of the tax debts collected with the F24".

On the superbonus "what leaves us perplexed and worried is not the choice that is made. What is not clear to me and which does not convince me is why such hasty decisions have to be made, throwing businesses and families into panic and then summoning the parties. I do not Was it better to call us first?"

The president of Confindustria, Carlo Bonomi, told the meeting of industrialists in Savona "It is understandable that the Government had to do it. But can we talk about it first?". Also in view of the reform of business incentives, he warned: "We don't want to meet in the same condition".

"We are evaluating the position of the non-profit organization and the Iacp which, not being able to benefit from the deductions due to the reduced tax capacity, would have problems with the stop on sales introduced by the decree".

Thus the rapporteur of the superbonus decree Andrea de Bertoldi (FdI), questioned by ANSA on possible changes to the study: "I know the problem - he explains - and we are evaluating how to go about meeting them".

In addition to this, he adds "it is not excluded that a transition period could be evaluated", he adds, specifying that there have already been requests to move the date of February 17 from which the stop to sales and discounts is triggered.

Source: ansa

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