Monday, February 22, 2016

IRS. Today is the last day to validate the 2015 invoices – iOnline

The deadline for taxpayers to validate their 2015 invoices ends today. Initially, the deadline was February 15, but some technical problems with the e-invoice Portal of Finance led the Secretary of State for Fiscal Affairs, Rocha Andrade to extend the deadline until Monday.


The taxpayers should confirm all your 2015 invoices that appear in your e-invoice page, to the extent that many are still pending. In most cases, the IRS wants to know what division match some of the invoices and the costs were covered or not in the exercise of professional activity.


If you determine that you have many bills that are not in the portal should then enter them manually. Only then can you ensure that invoices issued in his name were all reported to tax authorities and that they will count towards the determination of the IRS to pay this year. The “technical difficulties” and that 2016 be “a year of adaptation” led the Ministry of Finance to also postpone the deadlines for the IRS.


For the income of categories A (dependent work) and H (pensions), the initial deadline was March 15, but the government continued to April (up to 30).


In connection with the delivery of three of the IRS statement model, now with the 2nd stage to the other income, including Category B (self-employed), the new deadline is now 1 to May 31. The original deadline was April 16 to May 16.


Expenditure on health and education Another novelty in the e-invoice, such as the Business reported last week, relates to the final figures of expenditure on health and education in public institutions, housing and homes that are only available in March, a new page will be created in the Portal of Finance.


By the 15th of the next month, each taxpayer will have a new page in the portal, where the final amounts calculated by the Tax Authorities of deductions to the IRS can be viewed.


Taxpayers can access it for the first time to deductions for training expenses and fees paid to public schools and universities, user fees in public hospitals, and also the costs of households and housing (rent and mortgage loan interest) . Spending on income from rental housing, whose landlords passed this year to be required to electronic receipts may also be accessed. But there are some exceptions. This is the case of the elderly owners or receive very low incomes who must also give a yearly statement of the amounts received.



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