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to Maneuver The battle, even within the majority, is armored on the edict of progress. Senators Forza Italy They strike with a pack of heavy mods that they lift even on Great bonus. But the Treasury’s position remains prudent.
Super bonuses, EMOs, mortgages, and short-term rentals: what changes for a home with maneuvering. All news
Superbonus, FI requests an extension
Moreover, for weeks and even more so in these hours, Minister Giorgetti continues to reiterate to the majority forces his concerns about public finances, especially considering the effects of interest rates on debt and on the issues that will have to be resolved next year under unfavorable conditions. Moreover, there are two dates marked in red on the calendar on the horizon: November 17, when the most terrifying rating ruling, Moody’s, is expected, and November 21 when Europe will express its opinion on the Italian maneuver. For all these reasons, the line of amendments remains zero. Of course, some adjustments can be evaluated – inference from the Treasury – but the strict maneuvering and its balances, the only bulwark for maintaining accounts, cannot be overturned. Everyone must contribute to the spending review and make painful but necessary savings to keep the accounts afloat.
Super bonus, reduced to 70% in 2024
The group’s leaders Licia Ronzoli and Claudio Lotito are being relaunched, first of all, on Superbonus with an amendment proposal – identical to the one signed by the M5s – which requests the preservation of 110% for those who complete at least 60% of the works by the end of this year with the coverage that comes From web tax. But there are many issues that the Azzurri are pressing, such as the bonus for the psychiatrist on which they propose to triple the funds for 2023, reaching 15 million and allocating 40 million starting in 2024. It is a proposal that, among other things, on paper supports the entire opposition that raised the issue. Proposals were made along the same lines. However, Minister Schillaci explained that a solution is being identified, at least for its operation in 2023.
Short term rental front
Another open front is short-term rentals. Among the proposed amendments signed by Ronzoli-Lotito, the amendment stands out for the introduction of Cin, an anti-evasion identification code for short-term rentals. However, specifying that the 26% applies only starting from the second rented apartment, which can still be included in a government amendment, is not. Instead, the proposal of the rapporteur of the measure, Guido Quintino Leris, submitted by Fratelli d’Italia, aims to solve the problem of mortgages with subsidized interest granted to bank employees by credit institutions, which are punishable by the rules of fringe benefits. The proposal stipulates that the discount rate to be taken as a reference, each year, for calculating the threshold for additional benefits is the one that was in effect at the time of stipulation or renegotiation of the loan and is no longer the rate in force in the current year.
The association, in cooperation with Forza Italia, expects instead a crackdown on the marketing of e-cigarette flavors or even more money for local police forces. But the front of the house is always the warmest. Especially since the issue of housing allowances emerged in the hearings held today on the budget. ANCE is sounding the alarm about a potential increase of about $2 billion in home taxes over three years. “Fake news,” according to Tommaso Foti, leader of the Brotherhood of Italy group in the chamber. Meanwhile, the unions insisted at the hearing that there were no measures for work but also for pensions. Another node is always open. However, it is expected that some amendments will be made to it, starting with alleviating the pressure on doctors.
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