Inheritance Income Tax? Yes, you read that right!

In a commentary for It’s Money, lawyer Marina Chaves talks about the recent decision by the Federal Supreme Court (STF) which has a significant impact on estate and succession planning for Brazilian families, in an article by Robson Tavernard, partner at Blue3 Investimentos.

“The STF’s validation of the joint collection of IR and ITCMD represents a significant increase in the tax burden on inheritances, requiring even more detailed and strategic planning to protect family assets,” says Marina, who highlights the increased complexity and tax burden on inheritances, emphasizing the importance of well-structured succession planning.

Check out the full article at  https://itsmoney.com.br/imposto-de-renda-na-heranca

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