This Thursday (23), the IRS will release the query to the fifth and final installment of your 2021 income tax refund, base year 2020. Remaining refunds from previous years will also be included. Consultation through the agency’s website. Or from the app for tablets and smartphones.
In all, 358,162 taxpayers will receive refunds in the fifth installment, between priority and non-priority. The total amount to be paid is R$562 million. Funds will be deposited on September 30th.
Payment by revenue will be made directly to the bank account notified by the taxpayer in the declaration.
The latest batch includes 4,955 senior taxpayers over the age of 80; 47,465 taxpayers between the ages of 60 and 79; 4,927 people with a physical or mental disability or serious illness; 19211 taxpayers whose main source of income is teaching; 281604 Non-priority shareholder.
According to the revenue, the taxpayer will be able to find out, when conducting the consultation, whether there are outstanding issues that prevent the payment of the refund or not, that is, whether he has fallen into the “micro-net”.
To consult the situation, taxpayers can also access the income tax “statement” on the IRS website on call e-CAC (Virtual Service Center). For this, it is necessary to use the access code generated on the IRS page itself, or a digital certificate issued by an authorized authority.
Refunds for advertisements that show inconsistency and fall into the “micro-net” are released after their correction by the citizen, or after the taxpayer provides evidence of the correctness of his statement.
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