FAP 2022 calculation: companies can contest the index and reduce social security costs

FAP impacts the social security contributions, and reviewing the calculation parameters can reduce expenses in the next year

Expatriates: companies must be aware of issues related to payroll and income tax

Practical and legal aspects when hiring expatriates should be considered by employers

Where does the collection of ITCMD on inheritances and donations abroad stand?

Recent Federal Supreme Court understanding on the non-levy of ITCMD on inheritances and donations from abroad opens a window of tax opportunity.

PGFN reopens deadlines for renegotiation of debts registered as overdue tax liability

PGFN announced the reopening of deadlines for joining the Tax Recovery Program. Taxpayers with debts registered as Federal and FGTS overdue tax liability may join until December 29.

Social Security Professional Profile (PPP) registration is now required electronically via eSocial

PPP must be completed for all workers, regardless of the company's field of activity and exposure to harmful agents.

Yellow September: DPC promotes mental health awareness campaign

Actions included specialized information and activities to engage the team.

Law simplifies foreign participation in the telecommunication sector

Change is expected to help making the sector more attractive to foreign investors.

Occupational safety and health data must be sent to eSocial as from October

Companies from Group 1 must report occupational safety and health (OSH) information to eSocial as of October 13th.

Income Tax Reform: Chamber approves text that changes taxation for individuals and legal entities

A set of measures that brings changes to the Income Tax and CSLL rules will still go through the Senate and the presidential sanction/veto.

Expatriates: companies can benefit from social security agreements

Social security agreements reduce the costs for companies in labor relocation operations, in addition to bringing benefits to workers.
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