Deadline to join the Simples special installment ends today

Micro and small companies and individual microentrepreneurs (MEI) have until today (3) to apply for membership of the Debt Payment Rescheduling Program in the scope of Simples Nacional (Relp). The program aims to help small businesses affected by the covid-19 pandemic.Deadline to join the Simples special installment ends todayDeadline to join the Simples special installment ends today

All debts calculated by Simples Nacional until February 2022 can be paid in installments by Relp. Virtual Service Center to the Taxpayer of the Federal Revenue (e-CAC) or by the Simple Portal National.

Through Relp, micro and small companies and individual micro-entrepreneurs affected by the covid-19 pandemic can renegotiate debts in up to 15 years. The installment plan provides discounts of up to 90% on fines and interest on late payment and up to 100% on legal charges. There will also be a discount on the entry portion proportional to the loss of revenue from March to December 2020 compared to the same period in 2019. Those who were most affected will pay less.


The membership period was extended four times. Originally, the deadline would be until the end of January. Delays in defining a source of funds to fund the program led to successive postponements. O deadline for requesting payment in installments moved to March 31, April 30 and May 31.

Last Tuesday (31), when the membership period would end, the Managing Committee of Simples Nacional decided to postpone the date for the end of this week. The normative instruction with the extension was published in an extra edition of the Official Diary of the Union.

vetoed by the president Jair Bolsonaro at the beginning of the year, the special debt renegotiation with Simples Nacional was restored by Congress, which overrode the veto in early March. A few days later, the Official Diary of the Union published the complementary law that established the Relp.

Despite the publication of the law, the adhesion only started at the end of April, when the Federal Revenue published the normative instruction with the Relp regulation. Delays in the implementation of the system and the delay in defining a source of funds to fund the program were responsible. Without raising other taxes or cutting spending, Relp could not get off the ground.

To avoid loss of revenue, the government edited, at the end of April, provisional measure which increases the Social Contribution on Net Income (CSLL) of financial institutions. The bank rate rose from 20% to 21% until December 31. For the other institutions, the tax increased from 15% to 16%, also until the end of December.

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