This Wednesday (30), the IRS releases the fifth and last batch of income tax refunds 2020. Payment will be made in the bank account indicated by the taxpayer.
In total, 3,199,567 taxpayers will receive R $ 4.3 billion.
The list includes non-priority taxpayers whose declaration was submitted by September 16, or people who have legal priority, such as the elderly, the disabled and professionals whose greatest source of income is the teaching profession.
How do you know if your refund has been released?
The taxpayer who wants to know if the declaration has been released, should access the IRS website or the application, available for Android e iOS. On the page, the taxpayer must access the service My Income Tax and check for any data inconsistencies. In this case, the person can assess the inconsistencies and make the settlement by rectification delivery.
The refund amount will be available to the taxpayer for one year. If the resource is not redeemed, there is still the possibility through a Electronic Form – Refund Payment Request.
What to do if the amount is not credited?
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Sand the amount is not credited, the taxpayer must contact any Banco do Brasil branch in person, or call the Customer Service at 4004-0001 (capitals), 0800-729-0001 (other locations) and 0800-729-0088 (exclusive phone for the hearing impaired).
IRPF 2020 refund payment schedule
- 1st batch: May 29, 2020
- 2nd batch: June 30, 2020
- 3rd lot: July 31, 2020
- 4th batch: August 31, 2020
- 5th batch: September 30, 2020
Find out if you have refunds receivable
The taxpayer can accompany the calculation of the tax through the program for filling in the declaration, using the two possible forms of taxation – by the simplified and the complete model.
To follow the update, just view the “Option for taxation” that appears on the left side of the screen. As the declaration forms are filled out, the tax calculation is updated.
Through the program, the taxpayer is able to check the impact of including dependents, deductible expenses and sources of income. The table consists of two fields, “For legal deductions” (for those who make the complete declaration) and “For simplified discount” (which disregards deductible expenses and uses a standard discount of 20%). The values highlighted in blue mean tax payable. The values highlighted in green correspond to the refund.