Federal revenue grows 10.9% in April, at R$195 billion, a record for the month
The result was the highest for the period since the beginning of the Inflation-adjusted Revenue series, in 1995
The collection of the federal government had a real increase of 10.9% in April compared to the same month last year, at R$ 195.085 billion, the Federal Revenue released this Thursday (26).
The result was the highest for the month of the Inflation-adjusted Revenue series, starting in 1995.
In the accumulated period from January to April, the real growth in collection was 11.05%, to R$ 743.217 billion, the strongest performance for the period in the series.
If only the revenue administered by the Federal Revenue is considered, which includes the collection of taxes within the competence of the Union, the collection had a real high of 7.36% in the month.
Revenues managed by other bodies, which are mainly affected by royalties from oil production, jumped 47.63% above inflation in April.
In the first four months of the year, earnings from royalties totaled BRL 43 billion, compared to BRL 28.7 billion in the same period in 2021, which represents an increase of 49.8%.