Guide to Tax in Brazil

Introduction To IRRF

In Brazil, there are three different types of taxes levied on income: the IRPF, the IRPJ and the IRRF. In this article, we will learn more about IRRF.


Understanding IPI

IPI is one of the most common taxes in Brazil, being the seventh tax that generates more revenue for the Brazilian government. In this article, we will take a closer look at IPI.


10 Taxes With Most Revenue in Brazil

In Brazil, the sum amounted by taxes forms an important part of the Brazilian GDP. In this article, we will look at the top 10 taxes that amounted to more money for Brazil in 2013.





Taxes On Food In Brazil

Food taxes in Brazil vary depending on how the food was bought by the consumer. Is it considered as a service, or considered as a product sale? In this article, we will take a look at which taxes are levied on food in Brazil.


Introduction To Rouanet Law

Among the many incentives that Brazil gives to national cultural production, the Rouanet Law is the most important one, attracting private initiative’s donations or sponsorships due to the benefits it grants. In this article, we will take a closer look at how Rouanet Law works.


Introduction To ISS

The Brazilian Tax on Services is an important source of revenue for Brazilian municipalities. This article will explain a little more about this tax, and will also show the main controversy around the tax.


Introduction to Wealth Tax In Brazil

Seen by some as a way to distribute income more fairly in Brazil, the Imposto sobre Grandes Fortunas splits opinions, which is one of the reasons why it has not yet been enforced. In this article we will introduce you to Brazilian equivalent of the Wealth Tax.


Tax-deductible Donations in Brazil

Donations to NGOs that are tax deductible is a way of enjoying tax benefits for many organizations. In this article we will present all the tax benefits that arise from donating to social and cultural institutions.


Tax On Gifts And Donations

In Brazil there is a tax for inheritance and donations. In this article, we will provide an overview of the tax, who must pay it, what the rates are and in which cases there are tax exemptions.


Tax Exemption In Manaus Free Trade Zone

In 1967 the Brazilian government created a Free Trade Zone in the middle of the Amazon Rainforest in order to attract foreign investment to the area and to assist in the development of the country. Despite its location, the tax benefits presented to the industries willing to settle there have contributed in attracting more than 600 companies to the Free Trade Zone. In this article, we will look at the benefits.