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Tax credit to adapt workplaces

date: 28.05.2020
Area: Tax

As part of the measures to combat the spreading of Covid-19 in the workplace, article 120 of Legislative Decree no. 34/2020 introduces a tax credit of 60% of the expenses incurred in 2020, for a maximum credit of € 80,000 per beneficiary, payable to operators of businesses, arts and professions in places open to the public, as well as to foundations and other private entities including entities of the tertiary sector. The works necessary to ensure compliance with the health regulations and containment measures against the spreading of the Covid-19 virus, to obtain the tax credit for the adaptation of workplaces and identified in the so-called “Rilancio” Decree, are:

  • building ones necessary for the renovation of changing rooms and canteens, for the construction of medical spaces, entrances and common areas;
  • those to purchase of “safety” furniture;
  • investments in start-ups, including those of an innovative nature such as the development or purchase of tools and technologies necessary to perform the work;
  • those to purchase equipment to check the temperature of employees and users.

Tax credit to adapt workplaces

date: 28.05.2020
Area: Tax

As part of the measures to combat the spreading of Covid-19 in the workplace, article 120 of Legislative Decree no. 34/2020 introduces a tax credit of 60% of the expenses incurred in 2020, for a maximum credit of € 80,000 per beneficiary, payable to operators of businesses, arts and professions in places open to the public, as well as to foundations and other private entities including entities of the tertiary sector. The works necessary to ensure compliance with the health regulations and containment measures against the spreading of the Covid-19 virus, to obtain the tax credit for the adaptation of workplaces and identified in the so-called “Rilancio” Decree, are:

  • building ones necessary for the renovation of changing rooms and canteens, for the construction of medical spaces, entrances and common areas;
  • those to purchase of “safety” furniture;
  • investments in start-ups, including those of an innovative nature such as the development or purchase of tools and technologies necessary to perform the work;
  • those to purchase equipment to check the temperature of employees and users.