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Brazilian taxpayers reveal complaints and desires

The tax landscape in Brazil is notoriously difficult to navigate. Whether it is the number of tax obligations that must be met, the number of tax returns that must be filed, or the commonplace deviance from international norms, corporate taxpayers have a lot to contend with. The manner in which tax authorities interact with taxpayers is therefore important in either facilitating or further hindering taxpayers in their efforts to comply. Matthew Gilleard talks to taxpayers from various industries to assess their existing relationships with the tax authorities and hear their ideas for how these can be improved.

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