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  • #276682

    davidw
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    law proposed for 30% tax on transfers coming in to Brasil from abroad ? really Ouch? [ for all types of transfers? like family support ? any more information about this ? or its just a rumor running around? ExclamationThumbs Downillusionist2015-08-07 15:02:19

  • #276684

    ffm
    Member

    You don’t have to create multiple threads for the same question. This is the second time you’ve done so. Post, wait, and chill out.

  • #276688

    Anonymous

    Here we go. It is probably not 30 but also not simple. And ALSO IT IS STILL THEORETICAL so keep your pants on. Also not clear how it would affect non-Brazilians.

    On the radio they were all foaming at the mouth about it and that is probably where I got the 30% number.

  • #276691

    davidw
    Member

    [QUOTE=The Abbot] You don’t have to create multiple threads for the same question. This is the second time you’ve done so. Post, wait, and chill out.¬†[/QUOTE]
    Newbie here . Apologies . And yes right now chilling out. Thanks

  • #276698

    Anonymous

    No need to be alarmist just yet.
    The idea for this originated in the brain of Amapa senator Randolfo Rodrigues of the leftist PSOL party. This is still merely just at the proposal stage.
    It is targeted at Brazilian taxpayers who keep funds abroad which they have not declared on their tax return.
    The way it looks so far is that, if it passes, the idea is to allow capital flight money to return to Brazil under a sort of ‘amnesty’ deal whereby these brave souls pay the special 30% tax on the money they repatriate.
    Terms can still be changed in the time it takes for this proposal to pass through the legislative sausagemaker. But as it stands now, it won’t affect many of us here on the forum. The normal transfers we bring in will not be targeted, nor will it be a tax on FDI (foreign direct investment).

  • #276700

    davidw
    Member

    crystal clear. thanks picolinoThumbs Up

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    davidw
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