To the Chamber the budget maneuver passes definitively with 355 votes in favor and 45 against. Let’s see the main news. The final text arrived at the Chamber provides measures for 32 billion, with a 8 billion tax cut, of which 7 for the reduction of personal income tax and 1 billion for IRAP. On pensions you pass Quota 100 and arrive at Quota 102, therefore with 64 years and 38 of contributions. You try to calm your bills, as well as introduce a full-bodied home bonus package, where the main measure is the confirmation of the 110% tax credit on energy efficiency works for the whole of 2022. Also allocated 2.67 billion for metropolitan cities in crisis, 1.3 billion will go to Naples.
The first module of the tax reform: for next year the personal income tax rates drop from 5 to 4: 23% on income up to 15 thousand euros; 25% on the bracket between 15 thousand and 28 thousand euros; 35% between 28 thousand and 50 thousand and 43% on higher incomes. The deductions clear more than 50 thousand euros of income. Removed IRAP for sole proprietorships. At the last moment, an extension of the diluted times for the payment of the tax bills was also included. There are 3.8 billion to mitigate the effects of rising energy bills. A norm governs the allocation of resources, a start from 5% VAT reduction on gas users of households and businesses. The intervention on VAT is worth 608 million.
With the maneuver thesingle family allowance: from 1 January it will be possible to apply to INPS. The measure starts from a minimum monthly amount of 50 euros per child up to a maximum of 175 for Isee up to 15 thousand euros. From the third child onwards there is a surcharge and 100 euros more from the fourth child. There was no lack of rumors about the lack of discussion of the maneuver, e Brothers of Italy, outside Montecitorio, has announced that he will send a exposed to the President of the Republic.
In the video the speeches in the Chamber of Deputies Mauro D’Attis, Forza Italia; Massimo Bitonci, League; Michele Sodano, Mixed Group, and the interview with Francesco Lollobrigida, parent company of the Brothers of Italy