New non-repayable contributions are coming | Bonus up to € 10,000: here’s how to apply

New grants are on the way. It will be possible to apply until June 20: here is who they are for and how to do it.

On May 3, the Revenue Agency approved the model for submitting the application for new non-repayable grants. It will be possible to submit the application starting from June 6th, until the 20th of the same month.

Non-repayable contributions, a new bonus is coming (web source)

The submission of the application can be done online, following a specific procedure in the area of ​​the Invoices and Fees Portal, or electronically.

The requirements needed to get the bonus

As explained on the official website of the Revenue Agency, it is the recognition of a certain amount of money for subjects active in the collective catering sector.

The bonus can go up to € 10,000. Provided for by the Sostegni bis Decree (legislative decree 73/2021), it is part of the 100 million that are allocated to support the activities affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

But what are the requisites necessary to submit the application? The collective catering contribution is aimed at companies that deal with non-occasional catering services in a delimited and defined communitybased on a contract with a client – which can be public or private.

For example, the category can be found in the canteens of schools, universities, offices and hospitals, social health, prison or welfare facilities.

In order to submit the application, it is essential have a legal and operational headquarters located on the national territory. The activity carried out by the companies must fall within the Ateco code 56.29.10 (Canteens) or 56.29.2 (Continuous catering on a contractual basis). Furthermore, it is necessary that, on the date of submission of the application, they are duly registered and active in the Business Register.

The lost fund is intended for companies that, in 2020, have suffered a reduction in earnings that is not less than 15% compared to 2019. The last requirement consists in presenting the amount of revenues for the year 2019, deriving for at least 50% from the fees for collective catering contracts.

Companies founded in 2019 can also present the request: in their case, the decrease in turnover will be calculated on the basis of the taxable values ​​of the invoices issued. The corresponding certificates in the interim periods will also be taken into consideration.

How to submit the application

As previously stated, it will be possible to apply for the bonus by logging intoarea of ​​the Invoices and Fees Portal on the Revenue Agency websiteor for via telematics.

It is essential that in the application the possession of the above requirements, the number of employees of the company with reference to the date of 31 December 2019 and the absence of possible reasons for exclusion are indicated.

Revenue Agency (web source)
How to submit an application for new non-repayable contributions from the Revenue Agency (web source)

Finally, it will be necessary to indicate compliance with the conditions set by the Temporary Framework (European Commission release of 19 March 2020).

The non-repayable grant can reach a maximum of 10,000 euros. The sum will be established by taking into consideration the difference between the average monthly amount of revenues in reference to the 2021 tax period and the average monthly amount of revenues in 2019. The bonus will then be credited to the beneficiary’s current account.

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New non-repayable contributions are coming | Bonus up to € 10,000: here’s how to apply

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