all new bonuses to claim

Owning the VAT number involves various charges but also various tax advantages. In this case it is also useful to know your rights: in fact, there are many bonuses that are due to VAT holders. Let’s see together in this article what the bonuses are for self-employed workers.

Freelancers, self-employed and sole proprietorships working with VAT number are entitled to various bonuses. These subsidies can be divided into two categories: measures reserved for individuals in financial difficulty e grants, to start or support the business activity. Let’s see in this article what they are all bonus intended for those who have a VAT number.

The first bonus for the self-employed with a VAT number is the iscro: the extraordinary allowance for income and operational continuity. It’s kind of unemployment benefits, reserved for workers with a VAT number. This contribution was born with the 2021 Budget Law and is still in force for this year.

All VAT holders who have registered one can request it loss of turnover equal to 50% compared to the average of the last three years and whose turnover must not exceed 8,972.04 euros. Also the following are needed requirements:

– be in possession of the VAT number for at least four years;
– be up-to-date with the compulsory payments of contributions;
-not to receive Naspi, Dis-Coll or citizenship income;
– have an income of less than 8.972 euros in the year preceding the submission of the application.

Bonuses for workers with a VAT number, what they are and how to request them

Iscro has a minimum threshold of 254.75 euros and a maximum of 815.20 euros per month. The application must be submitted directly to INPS no later than 31 October 2023. Other support are i grants for VAT registered holders for micro and small businesses. These contributions can be of various kinds:

-ON – Beyond New zero-interest businesses: for young people between 18 and 35 years and women, regardless of their age.

-Create Culture 2.0: for initiatives in the cultural, recreational and tourist industry sector in Basilicata, Calabria, Campania, Puglia and Sicily.

-Rest in the south: a contribution for companies located in Abruzzo, Basilicata, Calabria, Campania, Molise, Puglia, Sardinia and Sicily;
areas of the seismic crater of Central Italy, such as Lazio, Marche and Umbria; minor marine, lagoon and lake islands of the Centre-North.
Intended for entrepreneurs aged between 18 and 55.

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2023-05-25 07:00:47

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