(ANSA) – ROME, June 30 – With “5,175 million euro stranded in the tax drawers of companies – of which 3,684 million (71.2%) for the super bonus and 1,491 million (28.8%) for other building bonuses – their uncollectability would cost the loss of 46,912 employees in micro and small enterprises “. This is the new “complaint” by Confartigianato which calculated the impact on employment in the construction of the credit transfer block. Thus “the increase in employment created in the construction sector in the last year would be reduced by 40%”.
“It is paradoxical and self-defeating – comments the president of Confartigianato Marco Granelli – to block tools that have allowed the creation of jobs, the relaunch of internal demand and which should favor the ecological transition of our country. I hope that a quick and effective solution will be found. common sense, first of all to ‘free’ stranded tax credits and avoid the bankruptcy of thousands of companies that cannot pay employees, suppliers, taxes and contributions, as well as averting the myriad of legal disputes that would inevitably arise due to the blockade of construction sites started, to the detriment of the citizens who commissioned the works and who now see them put at risk “. And for the future, asks Confartigianato, “never again the regulatory stop and go of the last few months that have thwarted the expectations and efforts of citizens and entrepreneurs”. (HANDLE).
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