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Anticipation of the holiday from July 9 to Monday (25) in SP.
22/05/2020 Sem categoria JA

ECONOMIC SUPPORT MEASURES vs. COVID-19 The Legislative Assembly of São Paulo (Alesp) approved in an extraordinary virtual session at dawn on Friday (25) the bill proposed by the government that authorizes the anticipation of the July 9 holiday in the entire state to next Monday ( 25), with the aim of increasing social isolation to

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Anticipation of holidays in São Paulo municipality.
19/05/2020 Sem categoria JA

ECONOMIC SUPPORT MEASURES VS. COVID-19 The São Paulo City Council approved in a special session the bill that allows the anticipation of municipal holidays in the city of São Paulo. The purpose of the proposal is that the extended holiday will be from Wednesday (20) until Sunday (24). For this, the holidays of Corpus Christi

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BC postpones deadline for submission of Brazilian Capitals Abroad (CBE) declaration.
19/05/2020 Sem categoria JA

ECONOMIC SUPPORT MEASURES VS. COVID-19 Due to the difficulties created by the corona-virus pandemic, the Central Bank decided to postpone the delivery schedule for the declaration of Brazilian Capitals Abroad (CBE). The annual declaration, with base date on 12/31/2019, should be submitted until 4/4 and, now, the deadline has been extended to 6/1/2020. The quarterly

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Extension of ECD
13/05/2020 Sem categoria JA

ECONOMIC SUPPORT MEASURES VS. COVID-19 IN RFB No. 1950 of 12 May 2020 May 13, 2020UF’s0 Comments THE SPECIAL SECRETARY OF FEDERAL REVENUE OF BRAZIL, using the powers conferred on him by item III of art. 327 of the Internal Regulation of the Special Secretariat of the Federal Revenue of Brazil, approved by Ordinance MF

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Installment extension
13/05/2020 Sem categoria JA

ECONOMIC SUPPORT MEASURES VS. COVID-19 Through Ordinance ME No. 201/2020, the maturity dates of the installments corresponding to the months of May, June and July 2020 of the installments administered by the Special Secretariat of the Federal Revenue of Brazil (RFB) and the Attorney General’s Office of the National Treasury are extended (PGFN). The extension

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COVID 19 – Unions
27/04/2020 Sem categoria JA

The Federal Supreme Court ruled on the 17th of April that individual agreements between employer and employee to reduce the workday and wages during the pandemic will be immediately valid. Most ministers overturned the preliminary (provisional) decision granted by the rapporteur, Ricardo Lewandowski, which determined that suspension of contracts and reduction of wages and hours,

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COVID 19 – NEWS on SOCIAL CONTRIBUTIONS
27/04/2020 Sem categoria JA

The Ordinance of the Ministry of Economy No. 139 of 2020, extends the deadline for the payment of employers’ social security contributions from domestic employers, companies and similar companies, related to the March and April 2020 competencies. Contributions due by companies and equivalent with extended payment period – employer’s social security contribution; – contribution to

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Quarantine end dates
27/04/2020 Sem categoria JA

The government of São Paulo announced on the 17th. of April that the quarantine will last until May 10th., at least, for all municipalities in the state, with a ban on businesses providing in-person service, opening of restaurants for delivery only and bars and nightclubs closed . Social isolation was determined by decree on March

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SALARY REDUCTION – Transmission Manual for Reduction of Work Hours
08/04/2020 Sem categoria JA

SUPPORT MEASURE AGAINST COVID-19 Below, step by step, on how to apply to reduce working hours. The agreement must be made and informed of the https://servicos.mte.gov.br/bem/ page within 10 days, and the salary supplement will be paid 30 days after the information is entered in the system.   THE PROGRAM AIMS TO REDUCE OR SUSPENSION OF

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REDUCTION OF SALARIES FOR REDUCED ACTIVITY – COVID 19
08/04/2020 Sem categoria JA

SUPPORT MEASURE AGAINST COVID-19 This measure should not be confused with the proposed loan to pay up to 2 minimum salaries. The reduction may be 25%, 50% or 70% and remain in effect for 90 days. The MP provides that the employment of the worker who has the reduced working hours must be maintained for

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