In this blog, I’ll explain the basic setups and procedures for Impostos Retidos na Fonte Ampliados (IRF) in Brazil using 4 videos and a comprehensive tutorial.

We are aware that all services require these imposts, which are attributed in data from managers, clients, and suppliers in order to make retentions in the form of income tax (IR), service tax (ISS), national social security insurance (INSS), and during a decline, PIS, COFINS, and CSLL. These last taxes are solely financial in nature.

This functionality for remitted taxes is described in the SAP Note 1706309 from CBT, which also includes PDF documents with the full configuration for the following accumulated taxes: IR, PIS, COFINS, and CSLL.

The main characteristic of Retained Taxes in the Expanded Font is that they are not assessed during the operation of manufacturing or purchasing, or, to be more precise, at the entry or exit of the Nota, but rather at the given mestre in a fixed manner. As a result, all operations for clients and service providers will have the impostos levied in accordance with the amounts assigned in these master data, with the exception of the accumulated impostos that have calculation requirements specified in the transaction J1BTAX by the table J 1BTXWITH.

 

Vídeos:

Video 01 – Imposto Retido na Fonte – IRF configuration (Duration 00:10:45)

Video 02 – How to Configure Retired Impost in Font – IRF #02 (Duration 00:08:58)

Video #3: How to Configure Retired Impost in Font – IRF #3 (Duration: 00:09:35)

Video #4: How to Configure Retired Impost in Font – IRF #4 (Duration: 00:05:40)

Video 5: Step-by-Step Configuration and Launch of SAP Imposts Retidos on the Fonte (Duration: 01:08:54)

 

Video 01 – Imposto Retido na Fonte – IRF configuration (Duration 00:10:45)

Introduction – Imposto Retido na Fonte Ampliado are the taxes that are collected and recovered as service taxes here in Brazil: IR, ISS, INSS, PIS, COFINS, and CSLL.

In this video, I’ll begin by discussing Note 1706309. (CBT).

This video is a crucial part of a series on how to configure the Imposto Retired on the IRF.

 

Video 02 – How to Configure Retired Impost in Font – IRF #02 (Duration 00:08:58)

Difference between IRF and IVA: With an IVA, the tax is applied to each operation. In the Imposto Retido na Fonte, attribution is carried out in the S/4HANA Dado Mestre of Client and Provider, which is represented as a business partner (BP).

In this video, I’ll start talking about the Autonomous Renda Tax, which has a progressive tax table and, as a result, has a higher level of configuration complexity. So please pay close attention to this video.

 

Video #3: How to Configure Retired Impost in Font – IRF #3 (Duration: 00:09:35)

Imposto de Renda Retido na Fonte – In the category of Imposto de Renda Autônomo Pessoa Fsica, I showed how the dependencies of this imposto are configured, including the dependencies referring to a progressive salary scale.

I’ll now show you the financial taxes, also known as the PIS, COFINS, and CSLL, that are levied under the caixa regime at the time of payment.

 

Video #4: How to Configure Retired Impost in Font – IRF #4 (Duration: 00:05:40)

Finance-related taxes (PCC) – The PIS, COFINS, and CSLL taxes are attributed to BP rather than the operation through the IVA as I previously stated.

As a result, if these details are changed in the Dado Mestre, such as by removing or adding a tax, activating or deactivating, it will be quite simple to cause confusion and prove a fact.

 

Video 5: Step-by-Step Configuration and Launch of SAP Imposts Retidos on the Fonte (Duration: 01:08:54)

A complete presentation of the settings for the Retied Imposts in the Expanded Font.

 

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