The Federal Revenue will deposit, this Thursday (30), the payments related to the second batch of the Income Tax Refund.
The credit of RS 6.3 billion will be made available to 4,250,448 taxpayers. A little over 2.6 million beneficiaries are part of the group that has legal priority, such as the elderly over 80 years old, those between 60 and 79 years old, with some physical, mental or serious illness and taxpayers whose main source of income is the teaching.
Another 2.7 million non-priority taxpayers who submitted the declaration by March 19 will be included in this shipment.
How to know the status of the refund?
To find out if the refund is available, the taxpayer must access the Revenue page on the internet, click on “My Income Tax” and then on “Consult the Refund”.
The page presents guidelines and service delivery channels, allowing a simplified consultation or a complete consultation of the status of the declaration, through the processing extract, accessed on the e-CAC.
If there is any pending in the declaration, the taxpayer can rectify the document, correcting the information that may be inconsistent.
The IRS also makes available an application for tablets and smartphones that makes it possible to directly consult information on the release of IRPF refunds and the registration status of an enrollment with the CPF.
Where to get the value?
Payment of the refund is made directly to the account informed in the Income Tax Declaration, which can be a checking, savings or payment account. This year, it was also possible to inform the Pix CPF key.
“If, for some reason, the credit is not carried out (for example, the informed account has been deactivated), the amounts will be available for redemption for up to one year at Banco do Brasil”, says the Revenue on its website.
In this case, the citizen can simply and quickly reschedule the credit of the amounts through the BB Portal, or by calling the BB Relationship Center through the telephone numbers 4004-0001 (capitals), 0800-729-0001 (other locations) and 0800 -729-0088 (special phone exclusively for the hearing impaired).
If the taxpayer does not redeem the amount of his refund within one year, he must request it through the e-CAC Portal, available on the Federal Revenue website, accessing the Declarations and Statements > My Income Tax menu and clicking on “Request refund not redeemed in the banking network”.
See upcoming refund payments:
|1st batch||May 31, 2022|
|2nd batch||June 30, 2022|
|3rd batch||July 29, 2022|
|4th batch||August 31, 2022|
|5th batch||September 30, 2022|