October 3, 2022

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Fuel bonus extended to new categories: Who is eligible

Prices on – I. fuel prices It has recorded near-constant growth for months now (although there has been a decline in recent days) which is why the government has decided to extend the cut in production duties on several occasions (the new extension should be in effect until the end of November). So far, CEO led by Mario Draghi has joined Gasoline bonus, which are automatically allocated by private companies to employees, including professional companies and road transport carriers, who have to carry heavy refueling loads. It has now been decided to extend this possibility to one wider audienceRealizing how not to underestimate the current situation.

Advantages come to other classes The sentence has been extended and has been included in the draft Third aid decree (approved by the Cabinet on September 16, 2022), which will soon enter the Official Gazette. Agricultural, agro-mechanical and fishing businesses will now be eligible for a tax credit equal to 20% of the costs incurred for purchasing diesel and gasoline used in vehicles used for activities, as well as for heating greenhouses and buildings. Therefore, we emphasize the attention to the high expenses that many companies will have to face in this period due to the increase in the cost of gas. Legislation also defines How to behave Obtaining Subsidy: This is actually valid for “expenditures incurred during the fourth quarter of the year, i.e. from October to December 2022, which must be proven by relevant purchase invoices, net of VAT”.

How to use credit – The fuel bonus It can only be used as compensation until June 30, 2023 or until December 31, 2023. Agricultural, agro-mechanical and fishing companies may decide to transfer the tax credit also to credit institutions and other similar bodies. The recipients of the sale must apply for a compliance visa in which they confirm that they have the necessary requirements

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