Super bonus in danger, for 5 thousand sardines it has run against time

To take advantage of the concessions, 30% of the work must be completed by September 30, taxpayers risk falling victim to delays and bureaucracy

SASSARI. The plan that President Draghi does not like is still in a phase of uncertainty. The builders demand that the measure be confirmed, and in this tug of war, those who risk being disappointed are precisely the taxpayers who are striving to gain access to the benefits. Particularly vulnerable are owners of independent units and single-family homes. For this type of property, the 110 percent super bonus actually expires on September 30th.

In order to benefit from the extension of the aid decree, which sets the new deadline at 30 September, it is necessary to have completed (30 September) at least 30% of the total intervention. Therefore, those who have already started the works and have brought them to at least about a third will have time by September to complete them. Unless the rules change again in the meantime.

According to data from the National Energy Efficiency Agency in Sardinia, the declarations (the declarations signed by the qualified technician certifying that the interventions meet the technical requirements and the consistency of the costs) for single-family houses amounted to a total of 3,497 for 423 million. investments (average investment 121,000), while for detached houses (property units that are part of larger buildings but with autonomous and independent access to at least three systems including water, electricity, gas and heating) there were 1,403 for 157 million investments . In this case, the average investment is 111 thousand euros.

However, the extension provided for in the Decree of Support risks cutting out many taxpayers who have not been able to start work quickly, but not for their own sake. Recent anti-fraud decrees have made it more difficult to transfer the tax deduction. For all works that are entitled to Superbonus 110%, it is possible to choose to benefit from the deduction incentive with the tax return or grant of credit or discount on invoice. With the second solution, the recipient decides to transfer his tax deduction corresponding to 110% to the company performing the work, or to credit institutions or other financial intermediaries. With the sale to the company, the owner of the property does not have to pay for the work performed and that credit the company can use as compensation, in the same way as the beneficiary would have used it if he had chosen the tax deduction. However, a problem arose with several credit institutions that had exhausted the ceiling: in this case, a further transfer is allowed in favor of customers with whom the bank has entered into a folio agreement. However, no further transfer is possible.

With this change of rules, the overall picture is this: first free transfer; second and third tasks for qualified parties; fourth from the banks to their account holders.

Based on these new rules, however, it is difficult to estimate which taxpayers are interested in the expansion into independent units and single-family homes. In fact, the Government Agency’s figure does not distinguish between implemented initiatives and ongoing initiatives. Nor can it clarify how many of these interventions are close to 30 percent in execution.

The calculation of Enea actually speaks generically of “sworn statements”. Some may be already at the end of the operation, others may not. And they may risk having to put their hand in their purse to anticipate some expenses. A situation could be created where the expansion is achieved, but some work must be completed before you can sell 110 per cent.

For the four thousand Sardinian taxpayers, who may be in the middle of the ford, still a few months of uncertainty, waiting to carry out the interventions, which started with the prospect of superbonus without surprises. (


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