Government changes ordinance to allow renegotiation of Simples and MEI debts

The measure should benefit micro and small entrepreneurs opting for Simples Nacional. Photo: Geraldo Magela / Agência Senado

The federal government made public on Tuesday (11) a new debt renegotiation program for small and medium-sized enterprises registered with the Simples Nacional and individual microentrepreneurs (MEI). The move comes after President Jair Bolsonaro (PL) vetoed Refis for these companies. The Simples Nacional Regularization Program and the Simples Nacional Low Value Litigation Settlement Notice were published today in the Official Journal of the Union (DOU).

Both measures allow entrepreneurs opting for Simples Nacional and MEI to settle their debts with a write-off of 1% of the value. In the case of the Simples Nacional regularization program, microenterprises (ME), small enterprises (PPE) and MEI opting for Simples Nacional, affected by the pandemic, can benefit from discounts and installments, as a deposit of 1% of the total amount of debt. , divided into eight months maximum.

The remainder can be paid for up to 137 months with a discount of up to 100% interest, fines and legal fees. This discount must respect the limit of 70% of the total debt. Discounts are calculated based on the ability to pay of each business. The minimum payout is R $ 100.00 or R $ 25.00 in the case of MEI.

The entrepreneur who adheres to the Notice of Operation Small Amount Litigation Nacional can pay a deposit of 1%, which can be paid in three installments. But the rest can be paid in 9, 27, 47, or 57 months with discounts of 50%, 45%, 40%, and 35%, respectively. The shorter the term you choose, the greater the discount on the total amount of debt.

The notice relating to the Small Value Litigation Transaction is valid for receivables registered until December 31. To join, the amount of the debt, per registration, must be less than or equal to 72,720 R $ or 60 minimum wage. In the case of the public notice, the minimum payment is R $ 100.00 or R $ 25.00 in the case of individual micro-entrepreneurs and membership does not depend on an analysis of the ability to pay of the taxpayer.

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