The Cashless Plan and the Opposition War
While the attacks by Fratelli d’Italia continue on the government’s Cashless plan aimed at combating tax evasion (on April 7, the Meloni party presented a motion to suspend the Cashback), on April 8 it is the second lottery draw. receipts. The first, last March, had seen a clear victory of the central-northern regions which had received 10 prizes of 100,000 euros (in addition to the same number of 20,000 euros reserved for exhibitors). As we now know, the Receipt Lottery is the free State “raffle” linked to the Cashless program developed by the government to encourage the use of credit cards, debit cards, ATMs, prepaid cards, cards and payment apps. All adults residing in Italy who have the “lottery code” to show to the merchant at the time of each cashless purchase can participate. Once this is done, every euro spent is associated with a virtual ticket to participate in the lottery (up to a maximum of 1,000 tickets). Cash purchases, online purchases, those for which an invoice is issued and those for which the customer provides the operator with their tax code or health card for tax deduction purposes cannot participate in the lottery.