From zero to 30 euros, up to 60, and now we’re going back: we’re moving towards one threshold reduction beyond which it is mandatory to accept i card and debit card payments.
The government’s reversal comes right off the agenda Giorgia Meloniwhich the Prime Minister ideally opens by launching the social column ‘#gliappuntidiGiorgia’, a video appointment, intended to take place on a weekly basis, to talk about her and the executive’s work, giving “answers on the hottest topics.
Another fix looms on the superbonus, with the Mef which could support the pressure of the majority by accepting in the Aid quater decree to move the deadline for Cilas from 25 November to 31 December, and evaluating solutions (but the margins are very narrow) to unblock the tax credits. At the same time, the race against time for the approval process of the maneuver begins in Parliament: the prime minister claims its scope, rejecting the accusations of favoring tax evasion.
“The cash ceiling disadvantages our economy”, he argues, recalling instead that the ‘open and close’ measure against companies contrasts a “plague worth billions of euros” of undeclared workers. Then there is precisely the raising of the minimum expenditure beyond which fines are triggered for traders who refuse to use the Pos: it was 30 euros in the first drafts, double in the final text, and now the new threshold is being evaluated. “That of 60 euros is indicative, for me – admits Meloni – it could be even lower. There is obviously an interlocution with the EU Commission, because the issue of electronic payment is one of the objectives of the Pnrr, we need to see how it will go finish”. The indication from Brussels is expected shortly, according to government sources. However, the leader of FdI claims the rationale of a rule designed for protect merchants from bank fees.
“The fines must be foreseen for something else”, intervenes the deputy prime minister Matthew Salvini, according to which “if the oppositions stick to the issue of the pos, it means that it is an excellent maneuver”. The overall opinion on the budget is also expected from Brussels, as well as the go-ahead for the increase from 65,000 to 85,000 euros in raising the threshold for fixed fee for the self-employed. No less delicate is the continuous dialogue with the EU Commission on the state of the Pnrr. “It is an incontrovertible fact that of the 55 goals to achieve by the end of the year we had some left 30“, Meloni’s words in an interview with Repubblica, in which she said she was “confident that we will recover”, specifying that if”something was missing on appeal it wouldn’t be our fault“
A clumsy attempt to lay hands on for give responsibility to the Draghi government“, I liquid it Mariastella Gelminifrom the third pole. According to the reasoning that is made in the executive, the delays of 3-4 objectives for 2022 are under observation but the outcome of the comparison with the European task force last week is considered positive. The index that defines the level of concern is that linked to unspent Recovery resources, such as the 3.8 billion without destination in the chapter for the technological transformation of companies.