The IRS recently made the inclusion of the “Block K – Production and Inventory Control”, which is obliged to its inception in January 2016 for all taxpayers of ICMS. In this block the company will have to provide information related to inputs and products it has in stock, as well as submit all information related to the production of its products. This information should be presented both for inputs and outputs in control of the company as in third-party control.
Aiming these changes, on 18 May, a meeting at the headquarters ASPACER was held for the purpose of clarification on the Block K. Benjamin Ferreira Neto, president of ASPACER and sincer, made the floor, in which highlighted the importance of the event and the participation of all representatives of the companies, which require information for effective decision-making in the sectors they represent. Maria Fernanda Rodrigues dos Santos, coordinator of Excellencies groups of ASPACER, took the floor, thanking the participation of all, and then PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC), represented by its employees, gave start to the explanations on the subject at hand, pointing out the main aspects that guide the subject Block K, depicting that it is a scanned book inventory production control and that through this system, the company will have to provide information related to inputs and products it has in stock, as well as submit all information related to the production of its products. This information should be presented both for inputs and outputs in control of the company as in third-party control. In the case of production, it is expected that the taxpayer must submit detailed information such as production orders and production process information. Industrial companies must submit their inventories and production in Fiscal Sped. During the explanation, it highlighted the importance of a good information system, to be used accurately with a good integration with other departments, in order to have tight control of inventory, faithfully depicting the history of incoming and outgoing materials in a production process, such as inputs, units of measurement and losses that should compose the Technical File, to the Conference of NCM codes, so that the disputes be resolved in a timely manner before sending the information to the tax authorities. The PricewaterhouseCoopers, stressed the need for good research work and planning by everyone involved in the organization so that the information is sent correctly.
The meeting companies: Delta Ceramics, Cecafi, Urns Bignotto, Villagres Ceramics, Embramaco, Incopisos, Ceramics Almeida, CRM Solutions, Bright Floor and Wall Tiles, Unigres, Cristofoletti, Ceramics Ramos, Rocha Group, Nardini Ceramics, Alfagres, Lef Ceramics Industry Avare floors, Cedasa Group, Formigrês Ceramics, St. Louis Office, ASPACER, TH Buschinelli, Majopar, Cedasa Group, Artec and Master Accounting. Altogether, 68 professionals.