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What's the best way to getting payed in Brazil?

Discussion in 'Business & Tax Advice' started by blackouts, Feb 13, 2012.

  1. blackouts

    blackouts Regular Member

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    Until now i always opted for a deposit directly on my bankaccount in Brazil but the charges are really high.

    Anyone has a better way to receive their money? Paypal, Moneybrookers, ...

    Thanks!
     
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    blackouts Regular Member

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    Nobody here from Brasil ....?
     
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    Well it is how it works here I guess.

    Paypal it is maybe your best option, but I do not really know what are the charges nowadays to transfer the money to your bank account, don't know if it worth!

    Where are you located? Are you brazilian or are you just living here?
     
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    blackouts Regular Member

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    LOL, allready got one of those ;)

    Now serious, there's got to be some high earners from brazil here who know the best method.
     
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    blackouts Regular Member

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    Paypal is maybe the best option i got to find out about the charges, but i don't like that i have to submit my CPF.

    I'm a foreigner but live more then 10 years here in a wonderfull tropical beachtown somewhere ;)
     
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    Right! I think I maybe talked to you in the past via PM. I live in a beachtown too!

    So if you live here more than 10 years you should have noticed that for everything related to money and business you need to submit your CPF (or CNPJ in the case of business), specially nowadays. The government here is getting really strict with taxes and obviously they do not want to be fooled.
     
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    blackout0826 Newbie

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    I've been dealing with some guys from Brasil they demand to pay them with paypal or moneybookers so I think this 2 systems will do the jobs :)
     
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    I would be scared of getting the money from Paypal in Brazil.