Brazilian Government Considers Taxing App Workers and Changing MEI Rules

A major concern of the economic area is the Social Welfare accounts, as app workers are not contributing to the welfare system and will later tend to become dependent on the federal government.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian economic team is looking to collect taxes from self-employed workers who provide services to Internet App companies, such as Uber, 99, Cabify and other platforms connecting with consumers, such as GetNinjas.

The focus is on drivers, web designers and professionals in the beauty, technical assistance, consulting . . .

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