With the result, collection with taxes and fines adds up to R $ 1.61 billion
The IRS regularized R $ 4.6 billion in the second stage of the repatriation of undeclared assets held abroad. As a result, federal taxes and fines totaled R $ 1.61 billion.
The balance sheet was released on Thursday (3) by the Internal Revenue Service.
With the program, taxpayers with legal resources abroad, but who have not been declared to the Treasury, can pay 15% of Income Tax and 20.25% of fine in exchange for the amnesty to the crime of evasion of foreign currency. Q ho failed to enter this program step you can rectify your statement and pay the tax and penalty.
On Wednesday (02), the Revenue reported only the number of taxpayers who made the adjustment: 1,915 individuals and 20 companies. According to the agency, it was necessary to wait for the receipt of conclusive information from the banking network to inform the amounts collected.