The Federal Revenue Secretariat has announced that it will open next Monday (10), starting at 9:00 am, consultations on the second residual lot of this year’s Personal Income Tax, including refunds for the years 2008 to 2019.
The residual lots are those of taxpayers who fell into the fine mesh of the IR, but later settled the pending issues.
In all, 116,188 taxpayers will receive R $ 297 million on February 17, according to the IRS. Of these, R $ 184.5 million refer to IR 2019, paid to 77,200 taxpayers.
Once opened, consultations can be made through the recipe page on the internet or by phone 146. The agency also provides an application for tablets and smartphones to consult information on the refund of the IR and the registration status of the CPF.
Of the total amount of refunds, R $ 133.46 million refer to taxpayers with priority in receiving the amounts (elderly people over 80 years old, taxpayers between 60 and 79 years old, people with some physical or mental disability or serious illness and those whose source of income is the teaching profession).
At the end of last year, the IRS reported that 700,000 statements were held in the 2019 IR fine mesh due to inconsistencies in the information provided.
In recent years, the omission of earnings was the main reason for falling into the fine mesh, followed by inconsistencies in the declaration of medical expenses.
To find out if it is in the fine mesh, taxpayers can access the “income tax” extract on the website of the Federal Revenue in the so-called e-CAC (Virtual Service Center).
To access the IR statement, it is necessary to use the access code generated on the Federal Revenue’s own page, or digital certificate issued by a qualified authority.
After verifying which inconsistencies were found by the Federal Revenue in the Income Tax declaration, the taxpayer can send a rectifying declaration.
When the situation is resolved, the taxpayer leaves the fine grid and, if he is entitled, the refund will be included in the residual income tax lots.