The Industry, Commerce and Services Committee of the Chamber of Deputies approved this Tuesday, 7th, a bill that regulates the exclusion of micro and small companies from Simples Nacional with tax debt.
According to the proposal, before being excluded from Simples, the company will be notified by the tax authorities. It can remain in Simples until December 31st of this fiscal calendar; in the following year, and would only maintain the benefit if you can pay off your debts.
The text changes the Micro and Small Business Statute. Currently, this rule allows you to remain in Simples by regularizing your debt within 30 days of being aware of the exclusion.
The approved text was the substitute for the rapporteur, deputy Jorge Goetten (PL-SC), to the Complementary Law Project (PLP) 37/23, authored by the deputy José Medeiros (PL-MT).
For Goetten, the measure benefits the economy. “The company wins, the tax authorities win, which reinstates a taxpayer who could close down activities, the job wins and the economic sectors involved win”he said.
The project will now be analyzed by the Finance and Taxation committees; and Constitution and Justice and Citizenship. It will then proceed to the Plenary.
With information from Agência Câmara