Tax deduction for air conditioners, what it is about and how the Bonus works
With the conversion of the growth decree into law, incentives for the home also come into force. Among these, from 1 July, the tax deduction for air conditioners.
The benefit in question, which concerns air conditioning systems with a view to an energy saving policy, and for this reason it has also been dubbed bonus conditioners. And in the early summer, with the scorching temperatures, the tax deduction is an excellent incentive to install an air conditioning system.
The options are different, from the discount at the time of purchase to the classic tax deduction in the tax return, with the possibility of benefiting from the bonus even without renovations. But let's see in detail what it is.
To be able to get the bonus, in fact, it is not necessary that the purchase of the air conditioner be linked to a restructuring intervention. The tax deduction varies depending on the purchase made. Whoever buys a heat pump air conditioner, for example, benefits from a 50% deduction. The same is true (50% deduction) also for heat pump air conditioners (although not highly efficient) that aim to save energy during building renovations.
To benefit from the deduction it is necessary that payments are made by bank or postal transfer showing: the reason for the payment; the tax code of the beneficiary of the deduction; the VAT number or tax identification number of the subject in whose favor the transfer is made.
It is necessary, but not decisive, for the purposes of using the deduction, to transmit to the ENEA the data relating to the work carried out, within 90 days from the end of the same interventions, on its online portal.