Each year, the minimum wage is adjusted according to the inflation rate of the previous year. This allows workers not to lose their purchasing power. Moreover, correction directly affects other social benefits, such as PIS / Pasep.
Currently, according to official rules, the value of the salary premium is, at most, equal to the current national minimum. Therefore, given the expected increase in the minimum wage in 2023 – R$1,292 – the subsidy paid will be higher than R$1,212 this year. that it 80.00 BRL extra.
As for the value of the national floor, it is worth noting that the Economic Policy Secretariat of the Ministry of Economy has lowered the official estimate of the National Consumer Price Index (INPC) for this year. According to the volume, the index rose from 7.41% to 6.54%. This caused the drop to drop from R$1,302 to R$1,292.
However, it is important to note that this is just a projection. The new national floor is due to be announced in January next year, when the inflation rate for 2022 is confirmed.
Who will get the salary bonus in 2023?
To receive the 2021 base year salary allowance, the worker must meet the following requirements:
- Be registered with PIS/Pasep for at least five years in 2021;
- They earned an average of minimum wages per month in 2021;
- engaged in a remunerated activity of a legal entity, for at least 30 days, consecutive or not, in the base year considered for the account;
- The data has been sent correctly by the employer to the RAIS (Annual List of Social Information).
The benefits consultation can be done through the Digital Work Card app (available for Android or iOS) or through the Alô Trabalho call center at 158.
What is the salary bonus for 2023?
According to next year’s minimum wage forecast, who gets paid PIS / Pasep He will be able to reach the maximum amount of 1,302 BRL. This means that those who worked for 12 months in 2021 will receive the indicated amount.
Therefore, the amount can be smaller, depending on how long a citizen has worked in the base year. To find out how much you will get, see the table below:
|working months||Allowance amount|
|one month||109 Brazilian Real|
|2 months||217 Brazilian Real|
|3 months||326 Brazilian Real|
|four months||722 Brazilian Real|
|5 months||543 Brazilian Real|
|6 months||651 Brazilian Real|
|7 months||760 BRL|
|8 months||868 Brazilian Real|
|9 months||977 BRL|
|10 months||1085 Brazilian Real|
|11 months||1,194 Brazilian Real|
|12 Months||1302 Brazilian Real|
However, it is important to note that Caixa Econômica Federal PIS is transferred by Caixa Econômica Federal to private sector employees, while public employees receive Pasep through Banco do Brasil.
Consult PIS Consult PIS
can do PIS Consultation:
For those receiving PIS (Private Company Worker)
- In the Worker Cashier app;
- on the fund’s website.
- Through the Caixa service phone: 0800726 0207.
For those receiving a Pasep (Public Employee)
- By phone at the Banco do Brasil call center: 4004-0001 (capitals and metropolitan areas);
- 0800 729 0001 (other cities);
- 0800 729 0088 (hearing impaired).
PIS calendar; PIS 2022 calendar; 2022 calendar
a PIS . calendar allowed to withdraw PIS 2022 he is from BASEP 2022 Until December 29. Therefore, workers, even with the table closed, can pull the values.
PIS 2021; PIS calendar 2021; PIS Schedule 2021; base year PIS 2021; year 2021
a PIS 2021 Payment is also made now. In this case, the releases refer to the base year 2019, that is, workers who worked in 2019 and comply with the rules, can make a withdrawal.
It is important to highlight that the file PIS 2021 to be paid in the amount of up to 1,100 BRL. According to the data of the Ministry of Labor and Social Security about 320 thousand people You haven’t withdrawn the allowance yet PIS 2021.
The worker can request PIS / Pasep Late in an agency of the Ministry of Labor and Welfare. In addition to these means, there are other options, such as:
- through the Alô Trabalhador Center, by phone 158;
- By e-mail, to the address [email protected], replacing the letters “uf” with the abbreviation of the state in which you reside;
- Through the Digital Business Card Application (CTPS); or
- Through the Gov.br portal.
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