Taxes, work and suchlike: what to expect in the near future
Mario Draghi has boasted several times lately that the government has not let tax rise. Not yet. But what awaits Italians in the near future? Undoubtedly the government will focus on a more dynamic, streamlined fiscal structure, in which both investments and (at last) young people and young businesses will be encouraged.
Those working in sustainability, digital and innovative technologies will be strongly supported as recommended by the European Recovery Fund’s package.
Taxes are not expected to rise over the next few months, but the cost of raw materials has already soared: from oil and gas to bricks, all areas have seen per unit costs increase exponentially. If this latest trend is confirmed, the cost of living will go up sharply and a rise in the cost of labour will necessarily follow.
Utilities, as a consequence, are destined to increase in price and the sectors involved in the spectrum of recovery measures, such as construction, are already affected by a surge in demand and a certain lack of supply.
Jobs are already feeling the ripple effect of the recovery, with a significant return to hiring. From temporary agencies with leasing contracts, to large structured groups looking for big managers, the job market has in fact taken off in a big way.