Between March and September, the Federal Revenue Service received 368,687,880 individual income tax declarations from taxpayers for 2021, with the base year 2020. Of this total, 869,302 declarations ended trapped in a fine network. This number of taxpayers represents 2.4% of all documents submitted this year.
Of this number of taxpayers who fell into the fine grid, there are 66,647 tax returns to be recovered, which is 76.7% of the total network. 181,992 other tax returns payable, representing 20.9% of taxpayers. 20663, with a zero balance, represents 2.4% of the total in microgrids.
Reasons why taxpayers fall into the micro-net
As recorded by the Internal Revenue Service Basic causes Of the taxpayers who fall into the micro-net are:
- omission of income subject to annual adjustment for authorized holders and dependents;
- Deductions from the base of the account, with medical expenses considered the main cause;
- differences in the individual income tax amount between what appears on the Dirf and what the individual has declared;
- Tax deductions due, accrued income receipt, discrepancy information about paying carnê-leão tax and/or supplemental taxes.
Fell into the fine network what to do?
First, the taxpayer needs to consult to find out what happened to his return. This verification can be done through The IRS website Or by downloading the My Income Tax app for phones and tablets. There, it will consult the snippet from Dirpf processing.
The taxpayer will receive the information if everything is correct with the submitted declaration or if there is any pending comment, such as whether it was kept in the micronet. If you have any outstanding issues, the following alternatives are offered on the IRS website:
- The taxpayer must correct the submitted declaration, without any fine or penalty, through a correction declaration, if there are errors in what has been declared to the tax authority. This will not be possible when the taxpayer is called or notified;
- The taxpayer must wait for the Federal Revenue Statement to submit documents explaining the pending issue presented in the statement;
- The taxpayer must provide (almost) all receipts and documents evidencing the amounts declared and indicated as pending in the statement. To submit documents, it is necessary to carefully check the instructions in the DIRPF Processing Statement and formalize the digital process of the financial network through the e-CAC portal.
It is important to inform that the documents to be submitted will be the responsibility of the taxpayer. Even then, it can still be called or a notice of release received from the IRS.
Revenue issues the fifth installment of refunds
This Thursday, September 30, the Federal Revenue Service released the fifth installment of income tax refunds to 358,162 taxpayers. The total amount of bank credits for these taxpayers is 562 million Brazilian Real.
According to the information on the website of the tax authority, the amount of R$200,372,033.20 indicates the number of taxpayers with legal priority, namely: 4,955 elderly taxpayers over 80 years of age; With 47,465 taxpayers aged between 60 and 79; 4,927 people with a serious physical, mental or physical illness; The 19,211 taxpayers whose main source of income is teaching.
Also, according to the IRS website, 281,604 non-priority taxpayers who filed the declaration were also included. Until September 15 of this year. It is important to know that the refund will be available for one year in the bank. If the taxpayer does not receive a refund within this period, he or she will have to apply online through the electronic payment request for refund form, or directly on the e-CAC portal, at the My Income Tax Service.
If the amount is not restricted, just go to one of the Banco do Brasil branches or call the call center on the phone in the capitals it will be 4004-0001, and in other locations it will be 0001-729-0800. There is also the number 0800-729-0088 that is exclusively for the hard of hearing.
The taxpayer can schedule credit in a checking or savings account, in his name, at any banking institution.
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