Employers will be required to integrate new platform into their daily operations.
Report consists of data retrieved from the eSocial system, and must be complemented with details regarding remuneration policies.
Starting in February 2024, individuals with incomes up to BRL 2,824—equivalent to two minimum wages—will be exempt from paying income tax.
Government platform streamlines document transmission and receipt of notifications, but inactivity of users will result in the implied acceptance of notices.
Proper organization of Income Tax documents and information helps prevent delays and fines.
Previously transmitted closing events must be reopened for recalculating the applicable taxes.
As of January 9, fines are no longer applied to Darfs issued through the system.
Companies with 100 or more employees should be mindful of new requirement.
The Ministry of Labor and Employment has adjusted the fines for infractions pertaining to various labor law and eSocial violations.
Investors can now select their tax regime upon initial withdrawal of funds.