Income Tax: How To Consult Batch Of Refund
This year, the deadline for submitting the declaration for the calendar year of 2017 was March 1 to April 30. The refund will be made in seven lots, from June to December 2018.
It was obliged to declare the Income Tax who had income in excess of R $ 28,559.70 in the year 2017.
Those who missed the deadline to submit the Income Tax return were subject to a minimum fine of R $ 165.74 and a maximum of 20% of the IR due.
Here, BPV Credit explains how to consult the refund batch of the 2018 Income Tax, which is the schedule of lots of IRPF 2018 restitution and clarifies other doubts about the subject. Check out!
How to consult batch and deposit of the refund of the Income Tax?
The Internal Revenue Service informs the taxpayer of the restitution of the Income Tax. To find out if the declaration has been released by the Internal Revenue Service, simply access the website of the Federal Revenue Service ( IRPF) , inform your CPF, year (2017), date of birth and enter the characters of the security image. Then click “check”.
If it has been processed, the data from the current account for payment and the lot number will be informed in the query.
You can also consult the information on the IR refund in the Receitafone (146), the call originated from the landline is free.
The IRPF application, available for Android and iOs platforms, allows you to track the status of the Income Tax statement. Click to download: Android or iOs .
Schedule of lots of the refund of the Income Tax 2018
See here the schedule for the lots of refund of the Income Tax 2018 released by the Internal Revenue Service. In total, there are seven lots, from June to December.
The value of the income tax refund is updated by Selic, the main Brazilian interest rate, which is accumulated monthly.
Income Tax: Who is required to file?
According to the Internal Revenue Service, an individual resident in Brazil who, in calendar year 2017:
- Received taxable income, subject to adjustment in the declaration, whose sum was higher than R $ 28,559.70;
- Received income exempt, not taxable or taxed exclusively on the source, whose sum was over R $ 40,000.00;
- In any month, it obtained a capital gain on the sale of assets or rights, subject to taxation, or carried out operations on stock, commodity, futures and similar stock exchanges.
Income Tax: I did not declare, what now?
Anyone who has not filed the Income Tax return by the deadline (April 30) should seek to do so as soon as possible.
In the delayed declaration, a fine is charged for a delay of at least R $ 165.74 and a maximum of 20% of the due tax.
To declare the Income Tax delayed, the taxpayer must:
- Download the program on the IRS website;
- Declare all taxable income, regardless of whether or not withholding at source, such as rents, private pension redemptions, pensions, salaries, service provision, lawsuits, pensions, among others.
- Income of dependents;
- Deductions (expenses with health, education, alimony, private pension and expenses with orthopedic appliances);
- Lion meat (mandatory monthly payment of Income Tax);
- Acquisitions and disposals (real estate, furniture and rights for the real value of acquisition or disposal).
Restitution: what to do with money?
If you are a taxpayer and have already received the IRPF refund or will still receive, choose the best destination for the money. Prioritize payment and negotiate debts to get out of the red .
With the bills up, you’re more likely to raise your score and get credit for fulfilling your dreams.
Another option to use the IRPF refund money wisely is to take the bill off your credit card or personal loan .