LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||02/FEV/2009 1:08 PM|
The government is encouraging citizens to invest in municipal bonds. Interest earned on them is tax-deductible (meaning that you do NOT pay taxes on the money earned as interest). This is a tax break.
You earn R$100,000 per year. You are responsible for the support of your elderly and infirm aunt. You spend R$6000 per year on her medications. The tax laws permit you to deduct R$4000 from your taxable income for each dependant, and you do not pay taxes on income used to purchase medications if the total expenditure is 2% or more of your annual income. You have two tax breaks here. From your annual income of R$100,000 you deduct R$4000 for supporting your aunt and another R$6000 for the funds spent on her medical care, leaving you R$90,000 for which you will be taxed (R$100,000 - R$4000 - R$6000 = R$90,000).
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