Moratorium on unpaid bills. Here’s what will be in the first “Meloni decree”

From bonuses (not related to ISEE) to mortgage support: prime minister working to give the country the first “signal”

The first act of the Meloni administration will inevitably be against expensive bills. A few hours after the swearing in of the new executive, the first details of the arrangement emerge.

First, companies will be helped, with the renewal of the tax credit to mitigate the burden of invoices. A measure that costs just under five billion and which will have to be financed with the treasury advanced by the public accounts thanks to the deficit lower than expected: around 10 billion available. The “tax credit” will refer to companies that have registered increases of at least 30% compared to the usual disbursement for supplies.

As for the social groups in greater difficulty, the government has two paths in mind: on the one hand, confirming the social bonuses already paid by the Draghi government, but detaching them from the ISEE parameter, which in some cases made it difficult to identify the public really in need. . The real income of the different individuals would be chosen as a parameter.

On the bills front, the government is considering inserting a six-month moratorium on unpaid bills in order to get around the most complicated period, hoping for a spring when consumption falls and prices also fall.

Finally, an intervention to support the youngest is also planned. And this is one more help for couples under 35 who are looking to buy their first home. The hope is to find enough resources to implement all of this. The account, by the way, should reach 40 billion, as funds will also be found alongside to delay in some way, on the pension front, even the return of Fornero “tout court”. The solution could be to anticipate some expenses planned for next year to 2022. Technicians are working on these hypotheses at this time.

Source: IL Tempo