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Brazil has long been known for its diverse and rapidly changing regulatory environments. New tax laws are continuously being introduced and current laws are often amended without notice. For businesses trying to navigate this landscape it can be challenging, frustrating and even costly. Perhaps what is needed is a new approach to tax. This Ebook guides you through the process of transforming your approach to tax in Brazil.
In 2008, Brazil adopted a clearance electronic invoicing model in which the country’s tax authority must receive and clear an invoice before a supplier can issue it to a payer. More than a decade later, the Brazilian tax administration’s digitization has evolved so much that other tax administrations call Brazil the Google of fiscal goods. Current regulations include electronic invoices for: supplies of goods (NF-e), services (NFS-e), transport services (CT-e), freight (MDF-e), SPED, REINF and, more recently, for the supply of electricity (NF3e). This document provides an overview of the mandates and regulations in Brazil.