Federal Revenue has calculated, at the end of the 2023 Individual Income Tax Declaration (IRPF) filing deadline this Wednesday (31), 41,151,515 documents submitted.
Taxpayers who do not submit the declaration – but are obliged to do so – are subject to a penalty of 1% per month, calculated on the amount of income tax due, up to a maximum of 20% of the amount of income tax. The minimum applicable fine is R$165.74.
The deadline for IRPF 2023, calendar year 2022, expired at midnight yesterday, and the result exceeded initial expectations of 39.5 million ads. Of the total amount sent, 24% was in pre-filled format; 57% in the simplified form; and 8% corrected.
According to the tax authorities, the process took place “quietly and within normal limits”.
In the event that the declaration is delayed, the Revenue Department advises that the document be filled out and submitted using the same available software (computer, version Connected or my income tax application). When the advertisement is submitted, a posting notice and DARF of late fees will be generated along with a delivery receipt.
The deadline for paying the fine is 30 days. After this period, the default interest will apply, according to the Selic rate – the base interest rate, currently at 13.75% per annum.
The Department of Revenue suggests that taxpayers who have submitted the declaration check if there is any comment. Inquiries about the status of submitted data, on or after the deadline, can be made via the Meu Imposto de Renda application, available for installation on mobile devices with Android or Apple operating systems.
In addition to displaying any outstanding ad issues and providing instructions for settlement, the app also allows you to create copies of your acknowledgment and delivery receipt.
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