Benefit released today (02/21) for seniors and retirees with incomes between R$1,400 and R$4,200

Elderly people and retirees with incomes of R$1,400 to R$4,200 receive exemption from IPTU, providing significant financial relief and recognizing their contribution to society.

In a scenario where the aging of the population becomes increasingly evident, public policies aimed at the elderly and retirees are gaining prominence.

Among the various benefits available, the exemption from Urban Property and Territorial Tax (IPTU) emerges as a significant measure, especially for those with income between R$1,400 and R$4,200.

This initiative recognizes the contributions of these citizens over the years. She seeks to alleviate the financial burdens they face in old age.

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Elderly and retired people can be exempt from IPTU

Elderly people and retirees with income between R$1,400 and R$4,200 now have a reason to celebrate: the IPTU exemption, a measure that promises to significantly alleviate the financial burdens of these groups.

This exemption, applicable to urban properties, is a crucial benefit for maintaining quality of life, especially considering the vital role of IPTU in financing public services.

To qualify, seniors and retirees must meet specific requirements, mainly related to income, which must not exceed three minimum wages.

This benefit reflects the recognition of the need to financially support the elderly, providing them with greater peace of mind and financial stability.

In addition to IPTU, seniors have access to a variety of other benefits and gratuities.

IPTU: understanding Urban Property and Territorial Tax

This is a municipal tax charged annually to all property owners located in urban areas.

The tax value is calculated based on the market value of the property, which is the market estimate of the asset.

The resources collected from IPTU are used to finance several essential public services, such as:

Education: construction and maintenance of schools, payment of teachers; Health: construction and maintenance of hospitals and health centers, purchase of medicines; Public security: payment of police officers, investments in overt and preventive policing; Urban infrastructure: street paving, lighting public transport, garbage collection, public transport; Urban cleaning: garbage collection, street sweeping, weeding of vacant lots; Maintenance of parks and gardens: green areas for leisure and recreation for the population.

How is IPTU calculated?

The IPTU calculation takes into account several factors, such as:

Venal value of the property: market value of the property, defined by the City Hall; Area of ​​land and construction: size of the land and built area of ​​the property; Location of the property: region of the city where the property is located; Characteristics of the property: type of construction, age of the property, use of the property (residential, commercial, industrial).

IPTU Exemptions

In some cases, property owners may be entitled to a property tax exemption. Exemptions vary by municipality and are generally granted for:

Elderly people: retirees and pensioners with low family income; People with disabilities: people with physical, mental or sensory disabilities who demonstrate low income; Philanthropic entities: non-profit entities that provide public utility services; Properties for religious use: temples and churches.

Delay in payment

Delay in paying IPTU generates interest and fines. The amount of interest and fines varies depending on the municipality. IPTU debts can be consulted on the City Hall website.

The property owner can file an administrative appeal against the IPTU value if he disagrees with the value released by the City Hall.

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