First home bonus: In the Milleproroghe Ordinance’s Transfer Act, a new extension of the terms until March 31, 2022 is envisaged in order to take advantage of the tax concessions granted to those who buy the main home. Let’s see all the news about it in the next article.
First home bonus: a new one is coming Extension of suspension of conditions Linked to the maintenance of valid tax liens when purchasing a primary residence.
The Parliament’s Budget and Constitutional Affairs Committees agreed to: Amendment of the text of the Millbrough Decree 2022which postpones the expiration of the terms from December 31, 2021 to March 31, 2022.
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The 2022 first house bonus has been extended to March 31
The text approved on February 14, 2022 amends Article 24 of Decree-Law No. 23 of April 8, 2020, the so-called Liquidity Decree, which initially defined Date of resumption of conditions to December 31, 2020, and then postponed to December 31, 2021 by the Millburgh Ordinance for the past year.
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In accordance with the changes stipulated in the amendment approved by the Chamber’s Budget and Constitutional Affairs Committee, during the process of converting the Aleph Broge Decree 2022 into law Suspended for another three monthsAnd therefore Until March 31, 2022, conditions of obligations for those who have benefited from the first house bonus provided for in Note II-bis, of Article 1, of the first part of the tariff, attached to the Presidential Decree of April 26, 1986, n. 131.
The time available to sell the previously owned property, as well as to change the place of residence accordingly Will resume from 1 April 2022.
First Home Bonus 2022: What’s On Hold
With the approval of the amendment to the Transfer Act of the Milleproroghe Ordinance 2022, Extension of suspension of the following conditions:
- maximum 18 months to residency transfer From the original municipality to the municipality in which the new house is located, calculated from the time of purchase of the new house;
- maximum 12 Months to property sale owned in the same municipality as the new purchase;
- maximum 12 Months to Buying back the first home If the property purchased in the previous five years is sold with the tax benefit of the principal residence.
Therefore, from April 1, 2022, the number of time available to implement the above commitments must be restarted: once the deadline has passed, The right to used interest will cease to exist.
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