The period of accreditation of ICMS taxpayers in the electronic tax domicile (DT-e), using digital certificate, begins on this Wednesday, November 1. The secretariat of State of Revenue published in the official electronic journal of the State Secretariat of Revenue (Doe-SER), by means of ordinance, the schedule for taxpayers to perform the accreditation in DT-E.
The ICMS taxpayers schedule is divided by the calculation regime. The period begins by the taxpayers of the Normal regime. In the period from November 1st to 30th, they can make their accreditation in the Portal of the State Secretariat of Revenue (servirtual) at the address http://www.receita.pb.gov.br.
See the type of contributor and the taxpayer period in the table below for accreditation:
||1/11/2017 to 30/11/2017
|Taxable person for tax substitution
||1/12/2017 to 29/12/2017
||2/01/2018 to 29/03/2018
||2/04/2018 to 30/04/2018
The accreditation of the legal entity in DT-E will be carried out by its managing partner or by its legal representative, in the registration form of the ICMS taxpayer re
gister. Mandatory accreditation-the accreditation in DT-E is mandatory for ICMS taxpayers and will be a requirement for the approval of any kind of installment or tax benefits.
The Secretary of State for revenue, Marconi Marques Frazão, stated that "DT-e will be coated with every security mechanism in order to preserve the confidentiality, authenticity and integrity of communication," he pointed out.
Main communication channel-the electronic tax domicile will be the main communication channel between the Fisco and the ICMS taxpayer. DT-E will more quickly and directly scientify the taxpayers and their attorneys of official administrative acts, such as: notifications, subpoenas and notices in general. The taxpayer can register up to three emails to receive the messages alerting about new communications in his DT-e and authorize by means of electronic proxy up to three people to have access to his DT-E.