Bigger ‘baby bonus’ and tax breaks on nappies: Italy’s plan to favour families

Families Minister Lorenzo Fontana wants to increase Italy’s ‘baby bonus’ – monthly child support paid out to low- and medium-income families for the first year of a newborn’s life, or the first year after a child’s adoption – from €80 to €110 a month.

He also plans to raise the income threshold so that more families qualify for the pay-out. Currently it only applies to parents with taxable earnings of €25,000 per year or less, but Fontana hopes to lift the cut-off point to €35…
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