How much are the building bonuses pending acceptance by the concessionaires? Approximately € 5.2 billion (€ 5.17 billion), according to the latest figures from the Revenue Agency, updated as of May 19. The numbers are provided by the undersecretary of the Ministry of Economy, Maria Cecilia Guerra, in response to a question in the Finance Committee at Palazzo Madama. The senators asked for the exact amount, from the data of the Revenue Agency, broken down by year and type of bonus, of the tax credits from building bonuses transferred by taxpayers and not yet accepted by the transferees after 30 days, as resulting from the web platform for the assignment of credits. The total number of installments sold amounts to 5.4 million (5,396,104) of which 4.8 million (4,771,507) through the superbonus and 624,597 for other tax credits. The amount sold through the superbonus amounts to approximately 3.7 billion (3.68 billion) while the remaining 1.5 billion (1.49 billion) relate to other building bonuses. Looking at the tables accompanying the undersecretary’s answer, it emerges that 2.7 billion are awaiting acceptance from 31 to 90 days (therefore three months from the sale of the installment). Consequently, the remaining 2.5 billion euros have been waiting for the green light from the dealers for over 3 months. The undersecretary recalls that the provisions relating to the assignment of credits “do not provide for a deadline within which the assignee must accept or refuse the assignment of the credit”. It is also specified that the Revenue Agency ” is not aware of which transfers are awaiting acceptance that derive from incorrect communications that the transferees are required to refuse ”.
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