With the approval of the new Simplifying Decree, some conditions for obtaining the single child allowance are modified and the changes affect families with children with disabilities and families with children over 18 years of age.
The single child allowance is paid to all couples with one or more dependent children under the age of 21 as long as the child is part of the family status, cohabits with the parents and is dependent on them and is due, in particular, for each dependent dependent child and, for the newborn, from the seventh month of pregnancy, each dependent dependent child, with no age limit and each dependent dependent child, up to the age of 21.
The only child allowance is due, in fact, also for each child over the age of 21, as long as they attend a school or vocational training cycle, or a degree cycle, or do internships or work and have a lower total income. at 8,000 euros a year, or be unemployed and looking for work in the public employment services, or be doing universal public service. We see then, what do the new single aid 2022-2023 envisage between a significant increase for children with disabilities and a cut in the amounts for 18-year-olds?
- How does the 2022-2023 single subsidy for people with disabilities change with new increases
- New individual bonus for children and cuts for 18 years
How does the 2022-2023 single subsidy for people with disabilities change with new increases
LThe amount of the one-time child allowance is calculated from several elements which are:
- Isee value of the family unit;
- composition of the family unit;
- number of children present in the family, whether they are minors, adults, disabled or not, and relative degree;
- the increases to be recognized provided by law.
If there are children with disabilities in the family, the relevant surcharges must be added to the basic amount of the one-time child allowance depending on the ISEE, with amounts currently varying depending on the degree of disability, be it mild, medium or severe child. is in non-self-sufficient condition.
In accordance with the provisions of the new Simplifying Decree, families with disabled children could have a new increase of 120 euros. The increase of 120 euros would be added to the basic amounts and the increases already pending.
The amounts on which to calculate the single allowance at the moment are 175 euros per month for minor children for those with an ISEE between 0 and 15 thousand euros and decrease as the family ISEE increases to 50 euros for an Isee of 40 thousand euros. up.
For adult children up to the age of 21, the one-time allowance, based on the decreasing Isee values indicated above, starts at a maximum of 85 euros and reaches 25 euros.
The currently planned increases for children with disabilities are:
- for children with disabilities of 105 euros per month in case of non-self-sufficiency, 95 euros per month in case of severe disability and 85 euros per month in case of medium disability;
- for adult children up to 21 years of age with a moderate degree of disability, an additional fixed amount of 80 euros per month.
To these amounts will be added the additional 120 euros and, for the time being, this is an increase valid only for 2022.
New individual bonus for children and cuts for 18 years
As well as for families with children with disabilities, they are preparing to reach increases in the amount of the single allowance, but could arise deductions and deductions for families with children over 18 years of age.
The extent of these cuts is not yet clear, but any changes could penalize families with children over the age of 18, with full single allowance amounts for only 18-year-olds.