Deadline for payment of the Autonomous ISS 2019 it is extended

It is necessary that the taxpayer ISS Autonomous enter the portal of Manaus Meets to issue another Tax Guide with the updated expiration
20/01/2019 13h26 - Updated 21/01/2019 12h59
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The Manaus Prefecture extended until 31 this month the deadline for payment of the first installment and single quota Autonomous ISS 2019. Thereby, the discount 10% for professionals who opt for single quota still applies. The Decree 4.275, which regulates change the due date of the tax, It was published in the Official Gazette of the City this Thursday, 17/1.

"Due to some problems in the system launch, the guides just arriving late at the address of taxpayers. And in the face of demands, the city extended the maturity for the month of the end of January ", justified Undersecretary of Revenue of the Municipal Finance, Information and Internal Control Technology (Semef), Armando Simões.

É necessário que o contribuinte do ISS Autônomo entre no portal do Manaus Atende (http://manausatende.manaus.am.gov.br) para emitir outra guia do imposto com o vencimento atualizado. The tabs may also be emitted from PACs in offices or Central Avenue Japurá, nº493, Square 14 from January, Sul.

The under secretary also warned that, the extension is valid only for the first installment and single quota Autonomous ISS 2019. The remaining plots follow the schedule already published through Decree No. 4.263, day 11 from January. The second portion, for example, remains due for the day 11 of February.

Launch

For this exercise were launched over 6,7 thousand autonomous that act as service providers in the Amazon capital and issue the Tax Service Note (NFS), Note to Manaus.

For top-level standalone, the tax payable corresponds to a Fiscal Unit of the Municipality (UFM) monthly, that is, R$ 105,40. For mid-level professionals, the payment will be half UFM, R$ 52,70.

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