Delivery would end on April 30; With the change, the project returns to the Chamber of Deputies
O Federal Senate extended the deadline for declaring income tax until June 31. The decision comes under justification of the impact of the pandemic Covid-19. Initially, the delivery limit would end on April 30th. The refund schedule was maintained, with the first batch for May 31. As it was changed, the project returns to the Chamber of Deputies, before the president’s sanction Jair Bolsonaro.
The fine for the absence of the declaration or after the deadline has a minimum value of R $ 165 and a limit of 20% of the tax due. Who received emergency aid and had a taxable income greater than R $ 22,847 is required to return the benefit. They must declare the Income Tax in 2021, referring to fiscal year 2020, are all Brazilians who had taxable income above R $ 28,559 or exempt income not taxed or taxed at source above R $ 40 thousand.
* With information from reporter Marcelo Mattos