If you made any withdrawals from the FGTS (Fundo de Garantia do Tempo de Serviço) in the past year, this amount must be reported in a declaration Income tax.
The condition applies to those who made birthday lootWithdrawing money from the FGTS to purchase a property, or making a withdrawal after or for dismissal Other reasons for withdrawing funds from FGTS.
However, not all people need to do a stretch Income tax. Only those who At least one advertisement filing requirement has been met From IR 2022.
If you received more than R$28,559.70 in wages last year, you must file a return. If you withdraw more than R$40,000 from FGTS in 2021, you will also be required to file IR 2022.
The procedure for filling out the declaration form is the same as for those who have withdrawn R$1,000, R$40 thousand or any other amount from FGTS. See below how to do this.
FGTS must be declared on the exempt income form
FGTS is income exempt. Therefore, he will not change the basis of his IR calculation, regardless of the amount withdrawn from the fund.
However, withdrawals must be reported on the statement to prove the source of the funds, especially in the case of large amounts, and to prevent you from falling into the FRS fine net.
The amount withdrawn from the FGTS must be reported on the Exempt and Non-Taxable Income form. Locate the form in the left menu of the IR 2022 Announcement Fill-out Program, then click New.
In the new window, choose the “Income Type” by code 04 (Indemnities for termination of the employment contract, including POS, work accidents, FGTS).
Then choose the “beneficiary”, which can be the “owner”, if the FGTS account is yours, or “affiliate”, if the FGTS is withdrawn for a dependent.
Inform the CNPJ and the name of the payment source. In the case of the FGTS, the source is Caixa Econômica Federal (CNPJ 00.360.305/0001-04). Report the total amount of the withdrawal in 2021 and complete the form by clicking OK.
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