Tax Advisory

The complexity of the Brazilian tax system increases the risk in the decision making of any company inserted in the international or domestic market. For this reason, BMJ has an experienced tax advisory team from the public sector and with great expertise in the private sector. Involving professionals from the legal, accounting and economic areas, the objective of the tax advisory is to increase the security of decisions, offer technical and viable solutions and assist in reducing charges.

  • Analysis and proposition to change or improve tax legislation, monitoring of tax policy, elaboration of strategic reports and impacts for the economic sectors.
  • Elaboration of prospective scenarios aimed at anticipating trends in tax and financial policies.
  • Elaboration of legal opinions, guidelines and theses, based on current legal norms, administrative and judicial jurisprudence, administrative practices and characteristics of economic segments, aiming at preventive practices and strategies for action in municipal, state and federal taxes.
  • Proceedings in federal tax administrative litigation – infraction notices and rejection of compensation / refunds from the Administrative Council of Tax Appeals (CARF) and the Ministry of Finance, at the district, state and municipal levels. The work covers the whole process, including preparation of defenses and parts, personal accompaniment in all instances, presentation of memorials and making oral submissions, including in higher courts when necessary.
  • Due diligence for corporate operations, assessment of contingency risks, qualification in special customs and taxation regimes.
  • Tax compliance: review of tax procedures and collection of tax obligations and accessory obligations.
  • Audits for the recovery of tax credits, such as credits of PIS / PASEP and COFINS, in the non-cumulative regime, including elaboration or rectification of Reimbursement, Restitution and Compensation Claims (PER-DCOMP), if applicable.
  • Advising to obtain authorization in the RADAR system of the Federal Revenue.
  • Organization of contingencies for the issuance of negative debit certificates or positive for negative effects.
  • Orientation and advice to conduct the inspection procedure, including the delivery of documents, preparation of responses to the terms of tax notification and other measures.