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The Personal Income Tax (IRPF) must be filed by April 30th. The IRS website provides a free IRPF 2019 simulator to simplify the calculation and predict the amount of tax. The simulator works directly in the browser and has options for deductions and social security contributions and other expenses in monthly or annual calculation. Check out the tutorial below for a step-by-step how to use the IRPF 2019 simulator.

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How to use the IRPF 2019 simulator Photo: Pond5How to use the IRPF 2019 simulator Photo: Pond5

How to use the IRPF 2019 simulator Photo: Pond5

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Step 1. On the IRS official website, access the Effective Alquota Simulation tool (recipe.economia.gov.br/orientacao/tributaria/declaracoes-e-demonstrativas/dirpf/simulacao-de-aliquota-efetiva-1). In the initial page, choose between the alternatives Monthly Calculation or Annual Calculation;

On the Simulator entry page, choose the Monthly Calculation or Annual Calculation option. Photo: Playback / Daniel RibeiroOn the Simulator entry page, choose the Monthly Calculation or Annual Calculation option. Photo: Playback / Daniel Ribeiro

On the Simulator entry page, choose the Monthly Calculation or Annual Calculation option. Photo: Playback / Daniel Ribeiro

Step 2. The simulator mimics a dynamic form, so that as the user fills in the income and deductions, the tax is also calculated at the same time. You can toggle between the Monthly Calculation and Annual Calculation options on the tabs at the top of the page;

In the form format, the simulator allows to switch between Monthly and Annual Photo: Reproduction / Daniel RibeiroIn the form format, the simulator allows to switch between Monthly and Annual Photo: Reproduction / Daniel Ribeiro

In the form format, the simulator allows to switch between Monthly and Annual Photo: Reproduction / Daniel Ribeiro

Step 3. In the Monthly Calculation part, points 1 and 2 have a sequence of text boxes that must be filled in with the amounts received and the tax rebate options;

In the Monthly Report, fill in the Income text boxes and Deductions Photo: Reproduction / Daniel RibeiroIn the Monthly Report, fill in the Income text boxes and Deductions Photo: Reproduction / Daniel Ribeiro

In the Monthly Report, fill in the Income text boxes and Deductions Photo: Reproduction / Daniel Ribeiro

Step 4. At the conclusion of the Monthly Calculation, points 3, 4 and 5 show, respectively, the Calculation Basis according to Income and Deductions, the Tax that will be levied according to taxable fractions and Effective Tax on the quota of the total tax to be paid. paid out;

Still in Monthly Calculation, view Results of Calculation Basis, Tax and Alquota Photo: Reproduction / Daniel RibeiroStill in Monthly Calculation, view Results of Calculation Basis, Tax and Alquota Photo: Reproduction / Daniel Ribeiro

Still in Monthly Calculation, view Results of Calculation Basis, Tax and Alquota Photo: Reproduction / Daniel Ribeiro

Step 5. The Annual Calculation simulator, available on the top tab of the page, also features Income and Deduction text boxes, but this section has more tax rebate options;

In the Annual Circle, complete Incomes and the new text boxes of Dedues Photo: Reproduction / Daniel RibeiroIn the Annual Circle, complete Incomes and the new text boxes of Dedues Photo: Reproduction / Daniel Ribeiro

In the Annual Circle, complete Incomes and the new text boxes of Dedues Photo: Reproduction / Daniel Ribeiro

Step 6. As with the Monthly Calculation, the Annual Calculation also displays the results of the data entered immediately, completing the Calculation Basis and Tax information with the tax table;

Calculation and tax basis will show the results of the calculation Photo: Reproduction / Daniel RibeiroCalculation and tax basis will show the results of the calculation Photo: Reproduction / Daniel Ribeiro

Calculation and tax basis will show the results of the calculation Photo: Reproduction / Daniel Ribeiro

Step 7. Also in the Annual Calculation, there are optional extra amounts of deductions, contributions and taxes due that may influence the final amount of the IRPF. Fill in the necessary and check the final result in Tax Due;

Fill in any other deductions and contributions and check the result in Tax due Photo: Reproduction / Daniel RibeiroFill in any other deductions and contributions and check the result in Tax due Photo: Reproduction / Daniel Ribeiro

Fill in any other deductions and contributions and check the result in Tax due Photo: Reproduction / Daniel Ribeiro

Step 8. In both the Monthly Calculation and Annual Calculation environments, you can print the results. To do this, at the end of the simulator, press the Printer icon and confirm printing on the OK button;

At the end, click on the printer icon to print, and confirm on the OK button. Photo: Reproduction / Daniel RibeiroAt the end, click on the printer icon to print, and confirm on the OK button. Photo: Reproduction / Daniel Ribeiro

At the end, click on the printer icon to print, and confirm on the OK button. Photo: Reproduction / Daniel Ribeiro

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