(ANSA) – VENICE, MAY 21 – There are about forty “bonuses” still in force in Italy, which in the last three years will cost the State 112.7 billion euros. The estimate is from the Studies Office of the CGIA of Mestre, which specifies that these are bonuses introduced in large part by the last two executives to deal with the negative economic effects caused by the pandemic and the war in Ukraine on some production sectors.
The most expensive for the public coffers is the former “Renzi bonus” which in the three-year period 2020-2022 will cost 28.3 billion. Introduced in 2014, from 2020 the Conte II government raised the measure to 100 euros. Since March, the amount of the measure paid to employees has dropped drastically, even if it is offset by the review mechanisms introduced with the IRPEF reform.
Equally expensive are the building bonuses, which, according to the Revenue Agency, cost just under 25 billion between the beginning of 2020 and the end of 2021.
For the CGIA “we need to accelerate the ‘decalage’ above all of the building bonuses, and for some to get to the stop. Of the approximately 113 billion in charges to the state, as many as 46 are attributable to the bonuses that revolve around the sector”. In the two-year period 2020-2021, the amount of credit transfers and discounts on the invoice amounted to 13.6 billion for the frontage bonus; 5.5 for the eco-bonus; 4.9 for the renovation; 0.9 for the sismabonus; 0.01 billion euros for charging stations. (HANDLE).