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Superbonus and credit transfer block, Cna alarm: 33 thousand companies jump – Economy

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Superbonus and credit transfer block, Cna alarm: 33 thousand companies jump – Economy

Boomerang risk for the Superbonus at 110%. Designed to revive the construction sector and make Italian homes more energy efficient and anti-seismic, with a total of tax deductions that in April (Enea data) had reached 30.2 billion (21.1 for works already completed), the maxi incentive is generating a generalized alarm starting from companies. An alarm due above all to the blocking by the financial system, from the banks to the Post office to the CDP, of the assignment of tax credits. The alarm of the companies The credits linked to building bonuses (Superbonus, eco-bonuses, renovation, facade bonuses), according to the CGIA, already amount to 46 billion. And if the credit transfer mechanism does not start again, 33,000 artisan businesses in the construction sector risk going bankrupt and 150,000 workers losing their jobs. The alarm was raised yesterday by the Cna on the basis of a survey that considers about 2 thousand companies. The reason is the almost 2.6 billion in tax credits of companies that have recognized the discount on the invoice but are no longer able to monetize. The consistency of blocked credits (about 15% of the total) is putting over 60 thousand companies in crisis which now find themselves with a tax drawer full of credits but without liquidity. 48.6% of the sample spoke of bankruptcy risk while 68.4% envisaged the blocking of construction sites. Initially, the company advanced the tax discount to the customer, relying on the possibility of recovering it by transferring it to third parties. But now the mechanism has stopped, in particular since the insertion of the anti-fraud decree. The regulatory chaos “Faced with uncertain and continuous stop and go rules – explains the Cna – financial intermediaries have blocked purchases and today the credits awaiting acceptance exceed 5 billion and of these about 4 refer to first sales or discounts in invoice”. …

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