Sefaz-SP opens public consultation to debate the decree that regulates the Nos Conformes program
The Finance Secretariat opened a public consultation in order to improve the functioning of the Conformes program, created by Complementary Law No. 1.320 / 2018, which establishes a new logic of action for the state tax authorities: support and collaboration for the taxpayer in gradually replacing the model focused on the merely punitive model.
The initiative is pioneering and meets the needs of society, which seeks a less bureaucratic and more efficient public service, with more quality. Machete download of the Decree, which regulates the Nos Conforms.
The project will benefit the entire population. About 140 tax guidance actions are already planned across the state by the end of the year. Work will also be carried out, actions to encourage spontaneous regularization of tax obligations, events for clarifying taxpayers and specialized guidance services in tax consultations, administrative litigation, IPVA and ITCMD, among other topics. These activities will start now in the month of May.
All operations were and will be built through an intense dialogue with society, several class entities, economic sectors and academic groups, such as the Center for Tax Citizenship (CCiF), Brazilian Institute of Competition Ethics (ETCO), Associação Comercial de São Paulo, Union of Accounting Service Companies and Advisory, Expertise, Information and Research Companies in the State of São Paulo (Sescon-SP), São Paulo Institute of Public Law (IDP), Federation of Trade in Goods, Services and Tourism of the State of São Paulo (Fecomércio-SP), Federation of Industries of the State of São Paulo (FIESP), São Paulo Lawyers Association (AASP) and the National Association of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (Anfavea).
The proposal is in line with the tax management maturity assessment (TADAT), a methodology used by international bodies, such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).
Source: Portal Fazenda SP (02/05)
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