INPS: Bonus for separated parents, today is the last day to ask for it

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(Finance) – Today, Tuesday 2 April, is the deadline for submitting the application for obtain the new bonus for separated, divorced and/or non-cohabiting parents. He remembers itInps underlining that the deadline initially scheduled for March 31st falls on a public holiday.
The measure is aimed at guarantee a contribution to parents in need, i.e. with an income not exceeding 8,174 euros per year, who in the period of the Covid-19 epidemiological emergency were living with minor or adult children with serious disabilities and who, in the same period, did not receive the maintenance allowance due to non-compliance of the other parent (ex-spouse or ex-cohabitant). The bonus is due in the event that the other parent, as a result of the epidemiological emergency, has ceased, reduced or suspended his/her work activity starting from 8 March 2020 for a minimum duration of 90 days or has suffered a reduction in income of at least 30% compared to the income received in 2019.

The bonus for separated, divorced and/or non-cohabiting parents is paid in a single payment in an amount equal to the unpaid amount of the maintenance allowance and up to a maximum of 800 euros per month. The contribution is due for a maximum of 12 months taking into account the availability of the fund which amounts to 10 million euros. The benefit will be paid by INPS following verification of the legal requirements by the Department for Family Policies.

Today is also the last day to request the advertising bonus: the period for submitting the communication relating to access to the tax credit on incremental advertising investments, made or to be made during 2024, is about to expire, as the Revenue Agency reminds us on its webzine FiscoOggi. The deadline was a two-day extension to the normal deadline of March 31, due to the Easter holidays. This fulfillment is essential to take advantage of the benefits provided for businesses, self-employed workers and non-commercial entities, in relation to investments in advertising campaigns in the daily and periodical press, including online. The tax credit, equal to 75% of the incremental value of the investments made, is granted on condition that the overall amount exceeds the amount of similar investments made in the previous year by at least 1%.