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Transferring tax credits

Beginning today, July 7, it is possible to submit a letter to the Revenue Agency to transfer credits recognized with energy rewards, such as the gas reward, electricity reward, and fuel reward. Let’s see in detail what transferable credits are.

There is a time of the day July 7 and up to December 31 for Transfer of tax credits Obtained thanks to rewards recognized for the purchase energy productssuch as electricity, gas and fuel.

Let’s see all the details in the following article.

Energy Reward: Balance Transfer in progress

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from now on July 7 Until the next day December 21 2022 It is possible to submit to the Revenue Agency Communications to allocate tax credits With reference to the rewards recognized for the purchase of energy products, such as electricity, gas and fuel. The bonus must be waived via Information Technology Also take advantage of authorized brokers.

Balance is transferable only entirely From beneficiary companies to other subjects, without the right to subsequent transfer (without prejudice to the possibility of making two additional transfers only if they are made for the benefit of qualified persons, such as banks, financial intermediaries, affiliates of banking group and insurance companies).

inside 5 days The tax agency, which operates since the receipt of the correspondence, may Suspension Cases that submit risk profiles for necessary checks.

All credits are transferable

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We remind you that the expenses incurred in the first and second quarters of 2022 for the yearPurchase of electricity, gas and fuel. These, in detail, are the tax credits that can be transferred:

  • In favor of energy-intensive companies, first quarter 2022 (Article 15 of Legislative Decree No. 4/2022, equivalent to 20% of the expenses incurred;
  • In favor of energy-intensive companies, second quarter 2022 (Article 4 of Legislative Decree No. 17/2022), equivalent to 25% of the costs incurred;
  • In favor of companies with high consumption of natural gas, first quarter 2022, (Article 15 of Legislative Decree No. 4/2022) equivalent to 10% of the costs incurred;
  • In favor of companies with high consumption of natural gas, second quarter 2022 (Article 5 of Legislative Decree No. 17/2022), equivalent to 25% of the costs incurred;
  • In favor of non-energy-intensive companies, second quarter 2022 (Article 3 of Legislative Decree No. 21/2022), equivalent to 15% of the expenses incurred;
  • In favor of companies other than those with high consumption of natural gas in the second quarter of 2022 (Article 4 of Legislative Decree No. 21/2022) equivalent to 25% of the costs incurred;
  • To purchase fuels for agricultural and fishing activities, first quarter 2022, (Article 18 of Legislative Decree No. 17/2022) equivalent to 20% of the costs incurred.
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