Today (15) is the last day for consumers to redeem R$ 13.9 million in credits from the Nota Fiscal Paulista (NFP), released in April this year, according to the São Paulo State Department of Finance and Planning. Before, with a period of five years for withdrawal, the maximum period for the amount to be redeemed, since October 2020, is 12 months, counted from the release.
The program, created in 2007, distributes up to 30% of the Tax on the Circulation of Goods and Services (ICMS) collected in the state to consumers who request an invoice with identification of the number of the Individual Taxpayer Registry (CPF) or National Corporate Taxpayer Registry. (CNPJ).
The refunded credits are proportional to the values of the tax documents and released monthly. The amount is available to consumers in the Nota Fiscal Paulista system, which can be accessed via a cell phone application or the website.
The balance can be credited to a registered account or used to pay Motor Vehicle Property Tax (IPVA) 2022.
If the citizen does not exercise his right of redemption within the stipulated period, the credit will return to the State Treasury.