RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilians have paid R$1 trillion (US$189 billion) in taxes collected since the first day of 2021 by the federal, state, and municipal governments, according to the São Paulo Commercial Association's (ACSP) tax monitor. This mark was reached at 7:53 AM today, May 19. The total includes taxes and levies, fines, interest and monetary correction.
According to ACSP data, last year this figure was surpassed on June 27 and in 2019 on May 24. "The index, therefore, shows that Brazilian taxpayers must pay more money into the public coffers this year than . . .
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