Thousands of Brazilians must declare income tax for federal revenue each year. However, in order to be required to submit the declaration, certain requirements must be met. Among them is an individual who earned taxable income in an annual amount greater than R$28,559.70; And also those who received exempt income, not taxable or taxable exclusively from source, the amount of which was greater than R$40,000.
On the other hand, there are still people who are exempt from making this declaration. Here, we will talk specifically about these people and the conditions that federal revenue provides so that they do not have to file income tax in 2023. Come find out the details and check if you are part of this group.
Who does not need to declare income tax in 2023?
It is important to note that the federal government has not yet updated the rules that guarantee tax exemption for the next year. Therefore, the information herein refers to the rules imposed in 2022, but serves as a basis for 2023.
With this, workers and retirees who earned less than R$28,559.70 in 2022 do not need to declare their income tax; Persons with illnesses deemed to be serious, upon submission of the medical report for the exemption request; and persons with a retirement, pension or retirement income of less than R$28,559.70.
Among the illnesses that the IRS considers serious are:
- aids; Mental alienation acute heart disease. blindness (including mono);
- radioactive contamination Parkinson’s disease; multiple sclerosis;
- Ankylosing spondylitis. cystic fibrosis; leprosy; severe liver disease;
- Acute nephropathy. metastasis (cancer); osteitis
- Irreversible and incapacitating paralysis. active tuberculosis.
IR exemption margin expansion in 2023
The elected president, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (Workers’ Party) promised during the election campaign that he would guarantee exemption from income tax return for people earning up to R$5,000 per month. It is not known if this will happen as early as 2023.
According to the transition team, this is a promise for the entire term of the PT and therefore may happen until 2025. At the moment, this issue is not addressed in the transition to the PEC, which is currently being discussed in the National Senate.
The information shows that low-income people are forced to pay the tax, given that the exemption band limit in the tax table is frozen at R$1,903. The last time the scale underwent a correction was in 2015, when the minimum wage was R$788.
Seven years ago, only those with more than 2.4 salaries declared tax. In doing so, those who receive a minimum wage and a half must declare this, because the schedule has not been modified for a long time.
According to the head of the National Association of Tax Auditors of the Federal Revenue Service (Unafisco), Mauro Silva, for every 1 percentage point of inflation not corrected in the income tax schedule, more than R$2 billion annually goes into the union coffers.
Persons who may be exempt from the IPVA
Some people can also get a full or partial motor vehicle ownership tax exemption (IPVA), if they meet certain specifications. paying off:
- Persons with Disabilities (PcD): In this case, the exemption is valid for both drivers and passengers, if they prove some type of disability;
- Car types: It can happen if the driver is a taxi driver or any other type of driving professional;
- Year of Production: Vehicles older than those specified by some countries may not need to pay tribute;
- Certain types of motorcycles: Depending on the model, in some states, certain types of motorcycles do not pay taxes.
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