Invoice discount and tax credit transfer are options that RSAs and third sector bodies can still benefit from to refurbish and make their buildings and systems more efficient. An important opportunity to reduce energy costs and significantly improve your facilities, which applies to all costs incurred until 31 December 2025.
A scenario is defined by Irene Network, which highlights how, unlike what has happened since the introduction of the Superbonus, the possibility for non-profit organizations, ODV and APS to use these tax incentive instruments will finally be stable and structural, overcoming the uncertainty that has characterized supply chain operations in recent years.
“Superbonus 110% is an option that captures some of the most felt and widespread needs in the world of the third sector: the reduction of energy costs, which especially in recent years have weighed heavily on the coffers of some entities, and the need to renew multi-level structures that are often outdated, ” he declared Manuel Castoldi, President Rete Irene. “The introduction of structural improvements to buildings and systems through energy retraining and seismic adaptation interventions allows those who can still benefit from the Superbonus to free up economic resources that can be invested in improving the quality of services offered,” concluded Castoldi.
With its structure, Rete Irene presents itself as the sole partner of the client, which is responsible for the supply of materials, workers, equipment and generally for the completion of works, performing the coordination function of interventions. Reliability, the basis of every contract, is also guaranteed by document review by two leading sectors: the law firm &Partners and Ernest & Young, a world leader in audit and accounting organization, tax, transactions and consulting.
More details will be given in the next one Rete Irene webinar “Superbonus 110 opportunities for the third sector”which will be held onJanuary 11, 2024 on 11:00 a.m.
Rete Irene advises that information regarding RSA opportunities is also available in the “Superbonus 110 for the Third Sector” mini-guide produced by Rete Irene and accessible online.