NEWS

04/12/2018

State of São Paulo – rules for ICMS and IPVA installments were amended

New resolutions deal with changes in the installments of ICMS and IPVA debts, with more flexible rules related to the number of debits, terms and payment dates.
30/11/2018

Labor Reform completes one year in force

The Labor Reform has completed a year in force. Law 13,467 / 2017 added and also modified some provisions of the Consolidation of Labor Laws (CLT).
26/11/2018

DPC participates in the 50th GBrasil Meeting

On 22 and 23 November, in João Pessoa, Paraíba, the paths and challenges of the accounting area were under discussion at the 50th GBrasil Meeting.
22/11/2018

Tax on inheritance and donation: high rates bring to light the importance of succession planning

Succession planning presupposes that an individual, during the life, may determine (within the established legal limits) how his estate will be passed on to his heirs and successors.
22/11/2018

IRPF: PGBL allows to deduct applied value from taxable income

PGBL plan is a good option to reduce the amount of the balance payable ascertained in the annual income tax adjustment statement.
15/11/2018

Federal Revenue of Brazil – Crimes against the Federal Public Administration

Normative Instruction RFB nº 1.750 / 2018 deals with crimes against the federal public administration.
12/11/2018

2018 Web Summit Mission

DPC travelled to Lisbon for a journey of business, knowledge, and networking.
08/11/2018

Institutions supported by DPC celebrate recognition

Fundação Gol de Letra was awarded in the second edition of the Guia Melhores ONGs (Best NGO Guide), while the Observatório Social do Rio received an important certification from the National Public Prosecutor's Council.
07/11/2018

International business network: DPC participates in IGAL annual meeting in Singapore

João Henrique Brum was in Singapore, representing DPC at the annual general meeting of the Intercontinental Grouping of Accountants and Lawyers (IGAL) - AGM 2018 Singapore.
05/11/2018

Caixa extends term for large companies in eSocial Group 1 to pay through the FGTS payment slip (GRF)

Companies earning revenue greater than BRL 78,000,000.00 (eSocial Group 1), in 2016, provide payment through the FGTS Payment Slip (Guia de Recolhimento do FGTS - “GRF”), issued by Sefip.
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