What is the guarantee of investing with cashTF?
We have a portfolio of receivables that is pretty solid for the investor guarantee, we are a platform that through the artificial intelligence we analyze frauds and the risks of anticipation operations, and we keep our securities portfolio quite pulverized, so this way we minimize the risks. Thats why our default rate is ZERO.
What does debentures means?
Debentures is a type of investment that have fixed income issued by a company, in turn, can be private or state-owned. Basically, it works as a loan of your money for the company. In charge, you receive a rate of return, which we agree in the hour that you buy it.
How much time do I have to invest in debentures?
The fixed income investment(debentures), with low risk taking, the cards have a due date of 2 years, permanence time of 6 months and liquidity of 30 days, the rescue can be anticipated with a change in the profitability rates applied to the debentures.
Can I make a TED with any account?
The bank transfer should be done only by the individual account or legal person registered in the platform.
What is the taxation on my investment?
According to the Federal Revenue Service, the rate of Income Tax (IR) is only generated on the INCOME, according to the date of maturity or redemption of the investment. Up to 180 days, income tax rate of 22.5%; from 181 to 360 days, rate of 20%; from 361 to 720 days, rate of 17.5% and; above 721 days, rate of 15.0%.
What is the minimum amount to invest?
The minimum amount to invest it is R$ 1.000,00 with the yield of 130% of the CDI, already above the market performance.
How should I proceed to start investing with cashTF?
First register your account simplified on the website, then choose the amount and the investment rate (clients can be STARTER, PRO, ELITE and PREMIUM), make your bank transfer or request a bill for the payment of your investment. After that just wait to receive the yields!
cashTF charges fee or tariff to open an account?
No, we don’t charge any types of fees or tariffs neither on opening accounts nor for your receivables anticipation.