It is not new that Brazilian legislation is considered one of the largest and most complex in the world. And keeping up with this level of complexity requires a highly specialized and multifunctional team.
Especially because, it is not enough to deliver files to the RFB. The information must be properly verified and in compliance.
Following the guidelines of the tax authorities requires time, effort and dedication from specialized professionals. According to the IBPT – Brazilian Institute of Planning and Taxation, an average of 46 tax laws are created every day. Gilberto Luiz do Amaral, president of the Superior Council and coordinator of studies at IBPT, says that “if this volume of laws were printed on A4 format paper and Arial 12 type letter, it would correspond to 5.8 kilometers of standards”.