Launch of the 2024 Incentivized Installment Program (PPI) by the São Paulo City Hall


The São Paulo City Hall has announced the opening of the 2024 Incentivized Installment Program (PPI), aimed at both individuals and businesses interested in regularizing their municipal debts. Starting April 29, taxpayers can take advantage of exceptional conditions to settle debts such as IPTU and ISS, as well as certain municipal fines.

This year, the program offers a historic discount of 95% on interest and fines for lump-sum payments, the highest ever granted. For those opting for installment payments, which can be extended up to 120 months, the discount will be progressively smaller. The deadline to join the PPI ends on June 28, with all registrations being done online.

It is important to note that debts related to the Simples Nacional, traffic fines, contractual debts, and debts previously included in past editions of the PPI that were not fully paid are not eligible for the program.

The main objective of the PPI is to ensure taxpayer compliance, allowing them to continue their commercial activities without the burden of outstanding debts. Non-compliance can lead to severe consequences such as fiscal execution and restrictions on credit and tenders. Therefore, regularization through the PPI is a valuable opportunity for taxpayers to reorganize their finances.

Interested parties can choose from three discount tiers, with minimum installment amounts set at R$ 50 for individuals and R$ 300 for businesses. The discounts vary according to the number of installments and the type of debt, whether tax-related or non-tax-related.

The City Hall not only hopes to renegotiate a significant volume of debts but also reinforces its commitment to helping taxpayers stay compliant, benefiting from responsible fiscal management and a healthy business environment.

For more information and to enroll in the program, visit the official São Paulo City Hall website or contact the taxpayer service department.


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