eSocial, EFD-Reinf and DCTFWeb: new deadlines and latest changes

The eSocial, the EFD-Reinf and the DCTFWeb, integrated, make up the government system to manage information related to workers, withholdings unrelated to work and statements of social security debts and other contributions for third parties.

ECF: what it is, deadline, requirements and cautions

Tax-Accounting Bookkeeping is an obligation for companies, which collects all the information reported during the previous calendar year. Therefore, it is important a thorough review in order to avoid doubts from the Treasury and penalties.

Payroll review: strategy for risk prevention and cost reduction

Ensuring compliance of the company's payroll goes far beyond the mitigation of labor risks and adaptation to eSocial. The reduction of costs due to the revision of social security rates and a possibility of refunding or offsetting other federal taxes provide new strategic possibilities.

Occupational Health and Safety: the last phase of eSocial can produce high penalties

Companies in Group 1, that are entering the last phase in July, should rely on services of OHS specialists to transmit data to eSocial to avoid summons.

PER/DCOMP Web: offsetting and refunding of federal taxes – companies see opportunities

The article addresses the current scenario and the promise of cross-compensation of federal taxes with the enforcement of eSocial and DCTFWeb.

ECD x ECF: prior review minimizes tax risks


SST: group 1 enters the last phase of eSocial

At this stage, the generation and transmission of OSH information to eSocial is the responsibility of the company or team specialized in Occupational Safety and Health. In addition, it is noteworthy that the records must comply with the periodic and non-periodic events, transmitted in the payroll files.

IFRS 16 influences the accounting of companies’ operating profit

Companies may be surprised at the positive impacts on the company's balance sheet with the adoption of the new accounting standard IFRS 16, published by the International Accounting Standards Council, since it is possible to have a better relation between net debt and profits before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization.

eSocial, DCTFWeb and EFD-Reinf: What is coming?

The beginning of the year is always an important period for companies as it is time to plan for the changes provide for the tax legislation.

SPED: measures to avoid fines and penalties

The Public Digital Bookkeeping System, SPED, is an advance in the computerization of the relationship between the tax authorities and the taxpayers, encouraging, also, more transparency of the information. It is a tool that unifies the filed, validation and storage of various information (accounting, tax, labor, social security, among others) of legal entities. It has several modules (see next image) with different characteristics and deadlines.
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