In the cumulative result for the first 10 months of 2021, federal collection amounts to R $ 1,527 billion, an amount 20.06% higher than that recorded during the same period of 2020. | Photo: Pillar Quarry / Senate Agency
With an increase of 4.92% from last month, federal collection reached BRL 178.7 billion in October and broke a record for the period, the highest value since 2016, when it reached 188.425 billion BRL, according to data released on Wednesday (24). by the Internal Revenue Service. In the cumulative result of the first 10 months of 2021, the federal collection amounts to 1.527 trillion reais, an amount 20.06% higher than that recorded during the same period in 2020 and the highest value from the landmark series started in 1995. According to an agency analysis, The performance was driven by one-time factors, such as the extraordinary payment of R $ 36 billion in corporate income tax ( IRPJ) and the social contribution on net income (CSLL).