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Payroll in the US: frequency of salary payments

Payment frequencies in the US (Payroll Schedule or Payroll Frequency) vary and directly influence the financial management of companies and the financial stability of employees. Main frequencies are: Quarterly – every 3 months; The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) establishes some guidelines on payment frequencies. However, specific regulations may vary from state to state. For […]

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The STJ rules on the taxation of the PLR of company directors and managers

The Superior Court of Justice (STJ) has ruled for the first time on a case that could have a major impact on the taxation of the PLR of company directors and managers in the country. Profit Sharing (PLR) is a financial incentive program used by many companies as a way of rewarding their employees based

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The importance of internal regulations for the company’s legal certainty

Labor relations are generally regulated by the Federal Constitution and the Consolidation of Labor Laws – CLT. However, it is common for several situations not to be expressly provided for in labor legislation, raising doubts about the procedures to be adopted by companies when faced with these situations. As legislation does not follow the evolution

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“Grandchildren’s Law” makes it easier to obtain Spanish Citizenship

The Democratic Memorial Law, also known as the ” Grandchildren’s Law”, is a new Spanish legislation that facilitates the access to recognize the Spanish citizenship for a certain period, which ends on 10/21/2024 (with the possibility of extension until 10/21/2025). The current Spanish Citizenship Law, enforced since 2007, only allowed the sons and daughters of

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The Regulation of Virtual Assets in Brazil: Everything You Need to Know About Cryptocurrency Trading in the Country

In December of 2022, the Brazilian Federal Law No 14.478/2022 entered into force to establish a regulation on virtual assets, such as cryptocurrency, in Brazil. The cryptocurrency matter was unregulated in Brazil until the Brazilian Federal Law No 14.478 was established, which has left investors and crypto exchange companies uncertain of the provisions that should

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IRS reminds taxpayers living and working outside the US about the June 15th tax deadline

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is reminding US taxpayers living outside the US territory to be aware of the June 15th deadline: this is the due date for filing the 2022 federal income tax return. This deadline applies to all taxpayers who have their residence outside the United States or Puerto Rico, as well as

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Bacen and CMN announce rules on data sharing in the financial sector

The Central Bank of Brazil (Bacen, acronym in Brazilian Portuguese) and the National Monetary Council (CMN, acronym in Brazilian Portuguese) published recently regulations on data sharing in the financial sector. These measures aim to promote security and transparency in the use of information by institutions authorized by Bacen. Data sharing in the financial sector refers

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Government publishes MP that taxes tax havens at up to 22.5%, justification is to compensate for the increase in the income tax exemption

Last Sunday (04/30), the government published a Provisional Measure (MP) that may tax financial remittances made to tax havens at up to 22.5%. This measure was taken in order to compensate for the increase in the exemption range of the Income Tax for Individuals (IRPF). The government expects to collect R$3.2 billion this year alone.

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