PIS/Pasep Salary Bonus is a benefit paid annually to workers with a formal contract. However, for this year, it was expected to pay the accumulated payment for 2020, which was postponed due to the redirection of funds to other benefits in the fight against the epidemic, as well as for the benefit of those who worked on an official contract all the time. 2021.
However, the federal government confirmed that the 2020 benefit will be paid only for this year, so those who worked on a formal contract last year will be entitled to the salary allowance only in 2023.
Workers can make two withdrawals from PIS / Pasep
Although we no longer have an accrued salary allowance, thousands of workers can be guaranteed access to two different benefits of PIS/Pasep.
The first is the PIS/Pasep salary allowance for the approximately 23 million workers who worked on a formal contract during 2020.
Thus, with the withdrawal of stakes from the PIS/Pasep Fund, a benefit has already been issued for withdrawal by about 10 million people across the country.
Workers often confuse both benefits, however, it is necessary to note that the salary bonus is paid annually to the workers, while the shares of the PIS / Pasep Fund are paid only once in the life of the beneficiary.
Salary Pass PIS / Pasep
To ensure the annual withdrawal of the salary bonus, the process is simple, just adhere to the following rules of entitlement:
- Be registered with PIS/Pasep for at least 5 years;
- worked or less than 30 days in the base year i.e. worked at least 30 days in 2020;
- Have an average monthly salary of up to 2 salaries, i.e. have a monthly salary of R$2,090 in 2020;
- The employer must have correctly reported the employee’s data in the RAIS (Annual Social Information Report).
Therefore, by complying with the rules described above, the worker will have the full right to receive the benefit, which is paid in an amount up to one minimum wage.
It should be noted that the benefit is paid in proportion to the number of months worked, for example, those who worked for 12 months would receive R$1,212 (minimum wage), while those who worked less time would receive a proportionate proportion.
The calculation is simple, just divide the current minimum wage by 12 and multiply it by the number of months worked in 2020 to see how much you will receive as salary allowance this year.
Check out the PIS/Pasep salary bonus payment schedule below. It should be noted that PIS is intended for employees with a formal contract and is paid by Caixa Econômica Federal. On the other hand, Pasep is for public employees and is charged by Banco do Brasil.
- January born: from February 8, 2022;
- February born: from February 10, 2022;
- March born: from February 15, 2022;
- April born: from 17 February 2022;
- May born: from February 22, 2022;
- Born in June: from 24 February 2022;
- July born: from 15 March 2022;
- August born: from 17 March 2022;
- September born: from March 22, 2022;
- October born: from March 24, 2022;
- November born: from March 29, 2022;
- Born in December: As of March 31, 2022.
- End of registration 0 or 1: from 15 February 2022;
- End of registration 2 or 3: from 17 February 2022;
- End of fourth application: from 22 February 2022;
- End of Fifth Application: From February 24, 2022;
- End of sixth application: from 15 March 2022;
- End of application 7: from 17 March 2022;
- Application deadline 8: from 22 March 2022;
- Application deadline 9: from 24 March 2022.
It should be noted that recipients of the PIS/Pasep allowance need to reclaim the benefit amount until December 29, 2022.
PIS / Pasep . Fund
The shares of the PIS/Pasep Fund may be redeemed by workers who have exercised a formal contract in both private companies and public bodies, who exercised activity between 1971 and October 1988.
The fund is paid out only once in the life of the workers, i.e., as soon as the funds are withdrawn by the eligible ones, the balance is permanently canceled.
This is because in that period both companies and public bodies deposited money into the fund, on behalf of each worker, as each of them owned a share of this fund where withdrawals could only be made in the event of retirement or illness. or at the age of seventy.
As of October 1988, the manner in which PIS/Pasep payments were made has changed, becoming the same in effect today. However, thousands of beneficiaries have not yet withdrawn their quotas due to the criteria set at the time.
As a result, about 10 million people have the right to withdraw the shares of the PIS / Pasep Fund, but most of them do not even know about these funds, which even the heirs can withdraw if the worker has already passed away.
The benefit is withdrawn in a very simple way, most often it is enough to present one document, to know exactly how to withdraw and which documents to take by workers and heirs, it is enough. click here.
It is important that the beneficiaries pay attention to the withdrawal, because if the money is not recovered by the workers or the heirs by 2025, the money will be transferred to the union coffers, because there is no withdrawal of the values.
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