Integration of resources for citizenship income in 2022 for a value of approximately 800 million, equal to 0.042 of the GDP. This is what can be seen from the programmatic budget document. On the pensions front, the allocation for the flexibility of the pension system, or the interventions for the post Quota 100, amounts to approximately 600 million.
The maneuver also allocates 2 billion euros in 2022 and the same amount in 2023 against expensive bills. There are about 400 million resources in the maneuver to make the 10-day paternity leave structural, new resources for nurseries and preschools, guarantees and tax exemptions to facilitate the purchase of the first home, other measures for families. The expenditure for the reform of social safety nets in 2022 amounts to 1.5 billion.
The volume of interventions has been confirmed, which for next year will amount to 23.44 billion euros, equal to 1.245%. From the tables of the Dpb it emerged that the “integration of resources allocated to Citizenship Income” in 2022 amounted to 800 million euros. A total of 4.1 billion expected for Healthcare: in particular, the tables showed “an increase compared to 2021 of the National Health Fund of 2 billion a year until 2024, financing of the fund for the purchase of innovative drugs, purchase of vaccines for Covid 19 and drugs “.
There are 2 billion euros allocated for 2022 – and the same number for 2023 – for the “establishment of a fund to counter the increase in the cost of energy in the bill”. Instead, just under 6 billion euros go to the tax reform for next year for “the implementation of the first phase”, with the aim of “improving the fairness, efficiency and transparency of the tax system”, while for that of social safety nets goes 1.5 billion euros. The objective, in this case, is to arrive at “a more effective and efficient social safety nets system”. Another billion and a half will come from the suspension of cashback. The program of incentives for electronic payments for the second half of 2021 was suspended in the spring with the explicit provision that the resources released would be allocated to the reform of the shock absorbers.
Family and birth rate
More than 413 million euros are coming in 2022 to “support families and promote the birth rate”: the resources, we read in the table, are destined to “make the 10-day paternity leave structural, new resources for nurseries and schools of the ‘childhood, guarantees and tax exemptions to facilitate the purchase of a first home, especially for young people, other measures ”.
Folders and funds
Another 320 million euros arrive in 2022 for the “postponement of some deadlines for the payment of tax bills” and the “protection of taxpayers in difficulty due to the Covid emergency”. New resources for over a billion in the next three years have been devoted to research. Next year, an additional 2 billion euros are also planned for the “refinancing of funds for investments by the State and local authorities, including the planning phase, refinancing of the infrastructural equalization fund and the Development and Cohesion Fund”, 4 billion in support for businesses and support for entering international markets for the consolidation of the economic recovery, 1.35 billion euros “for local public transport”.
Additional funding concentrated in 2023 and 2024 for the extension of bonuses for building renovations, energy redevelopment, furniture, earthquake, green areas. In particular, 520 million euros are expected in 2023 and 2.5 billion euros in 2024. Finally, 113 million euros will go to refinance the eco-bonus for non-polluting cars.