Senate votes on Tuesday to extend delivery of IR – Economy

The plenary session of the Federal Senate will vote on Tuesday (6) the bill that authorizes the extension of the declaration submission deadline of the 2021 Income Tax. The current term of the Federal Revenue is until April 30, but can be extended until July 31, due to the covid-19 pandemic.

The extension of the delivery deadline was approved at the Chamber of Deputies in the last 31. If it is approved by the senators this Tuesday, the text goes to the presidential sanction.

The project is authored by federal deputy Rubens Bueno (Citizenship-PR) and, in the Senate, has the report of Senator Plínio Valério (PSDB-AM), who had not presented his opinion.

In 2020, there was also an extension of the deadline for filing the declaration. However, the measure was made through normative instruction from the Federal Revenue Service. Until 11 am on Monday (5), the Revenue had received 10,580,505 declarations.

Senators will also analyze a bill on the same theme: 2981/2020, which gives priority to receiving income tax refunds to healthcare workers and taxpayers who lost their jobs in 2020 and remained unemployed on the last day of filing the declaration. .

The Senate will analyze two other texts: the 2083 bill, which determines the SUS (Unified Health System) to maintain a mental health care program to mitigate possible conditions resulting from social isolation policies, and bill 4815/2019, which provides for the implementation of suicide prevention actions among public security and social defense professionals.

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