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Will the PIS/Pasep Allowance Double in 2022?  Understand the possibility

Will the PIS/Pasep Allowance Double in 2022? Understand the possibility

Salary Bonus PIS/Pasep is awarded to employees with a formal contract, who work in the private sector or in the public sector, as long as they receive up to a minimum wage. In 2022, a Salary Pass PIS / Pasep It can be paid twice, corresponding to the base year 2020 and 2021.

Pursuant to a decision of the Board of Deliberations background To support workers (Codefat), information on payments must be disclosed by January 2022.

Will the PIS/Pasep Allowance Double in 2022?

In 2021, the amounts denoting the PIS / Pasep Salary Bonus were not transferred to the beneficiaries. The payment will be for the base year 2020, but the money has been redirected to the Emergency Employment and Income Maintenance (BEm).

To settle the PIS/Pasep Salary Bonus payment in 2022, the Federal Government must make available payment dates that cover the two periods simultaneously (2020 and 2021). However, the government it did not appear Officially it’s still about it.

The amount paid is up to the current minimum wage, which, according to the perspective, may pay R$1,210.00 next year. PIS/Pasep is paid in proportion to the months worked and the minimum time to formally work is at least 30 days.

Who is eligible for benefits in 2022

PIS corresponds to employees of the private sector and Pasep to public employees. To receive benefits, a worker must meet the following requirements:

  • Be registered with PIS or Pasep for at least five years;
  • have acted for at least 30 days in the base year for payment;
  • receive up to a minimum wage per month;
  • Be registered with the RAIS (Annual List of Social Information).

To answer questions about the Annual List of Social Information – RAIS, see Location Ministry of Labor and Employment – MTE.

Private sector workers receive the benefit through Caixa Econômica Federal and public sector workers receive this benefit at Banco do Brasil.

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