Wednesday, February 17, 2016

New website to track expenses “forgotten” by e-invoice – Journal News

“This is the provision by the Tax Authority (AT) in the Portal of Finance, the ‘site’ of the IRS, the information that was communicated to each taxpayer through e-invoice, the financial and electronic income receipts statements, “said source in the Ministry of Finance to Lusa.

the information of the new page, whose news had been advanced by the Business Journal, will be aggregated on a gross basis for each area, and will be available for consultation by the taxpayer, through the respective authentication in the Portal of Finance with the number fiscal (NIF) and valid password.

a new expenditure, which is still not included in the e-invoice, and whose values ​​will be presented later by AT to March 15 are charged user fees by entities that are not required to invoice issuance, invoice, receipt or bill, health insurance premiums or contributions paid to mutual associations or non-profit institutions which have as their object the provision of health care in any cases exclusively cover health risks.

may still appear on the new page expenses, fees for homes, debt interest (for contracts until December 31, 2011) incurred with the acquisition, construction or improvement of real estate for permanent residence or rental, plus interest contained in the property rents for permanent residence and interest paid by real estate tenants real Estate Investment Funds for residential Letting (FIIAH).

on Monday, the Ministry of Finance announced a postponement of the time limits for examining and reporting of electronic invoices in the portal e-invoice for a week and the delivery of the model statement 3 (IRS) for April.

the validation period in the e-bill ended that day, February 15, but the government decided to postpone it to Monday, day 22, due to “technical difficulties have prevented the verification and validation of electronic invoices” the portal e-invoice and because 2016 is a “transition year” of the system e-invoice.


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