eSocial, DCTFWeb and EFD-Reinf: What is coming?

The beginning of the year is always an important period for companies as it is time to plan for the changes provide for the tax legislation.

eSocial: companies should be aware of the communication of temporary leave

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Change in the CSLL rate for financial institutions

The increase of Social Contribution rate on Net Income (CSLL) applicable to certain financial and similar institutions, brought by Law 13169 in 2015 (conversion of the Provisional Measure 675/2015), is not in force as of Jan-01-2019.

Limited Company Registration Manuals

Amends parts of the Limited Liability Company Register Manual, as the quorum for (i) dismissal of socio administrator, named in the articles of amendment, more than half of the capital, unless otherwise provided by contract; and (ii) for exclusion of a partners in company composed of more than two partners, with no need for a meeting or assembly, a member holding more than half of the share capital may exclude a minority partner of the company if he considers that the partner is a risk for the continuity of the company, due to acts of undeniable seriousness.

General IRPF Taxation Rules

Amends the general norms of taxation to social security and collection of contributions related to Individual’s Income Tax, with the general norms of taxation. According to the Federal Revenue, the changes aim to adapt this normative act to the several legislative changes of the RFB Normative Instruction 971/2009 occurred since its last update.

Adjustment of Benefits Paid through the INSS

Publishes the wages-of-contribution table of insured employees, domestic employees and single employees for generating events occurring as of January/2019, readjusts the benefits paid by the National Social Security Institute (INSS) in 3.43%, and establishes the values of the family wage.

Deadline to file the Economic and Financial Statement (DEF), from the Central Bank: 03/31/2019

Companies earning foreign direct investment with assets or equity equal to or greater than BRL 250,000,000.00 are required to file the Economic and Financial Statement (DEF) to the Central Bank of Brazil on the following dates

CBE 2019 – Brazilian capital abroad must be informed to the Central Bank

As of February 15, 2019, the period to file the Statement of Brazilian Capitals Abroad (CBE), required annually by the Central Bank of Brazil (Bacen), referring to the base date of December 31, 2018, will begin. Taxpayers may transmit it until 6:00 pm on April 5, 2019.

E-book on DCTFWeb and EFD-Reinf: understand what changes for companies and important issues

The e-book clarifies how companies should comply with it, restructuring their processes to address the new SPED modules. It also covers the deployment schedule, filing form, the relationship between EFD-Reinf, eSocial and DCTFWeb and the fines and penalties.

DPC extends its support to social and cultural projects

Being engaged in social causes means making a difference in society. The DPC began this year aiming to increasingly being present in the causes in which it believes and involving its employees in the supported projects, strengthening this practice within the company.
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