February 1, 2023
Draws from old suits are released until Christmas

Draws from old suits are released until Christmas

The amount of PIS ranges between R$101.00 and R$1,212.00, proportional to the number of months the individual worked during the base year

The Caixa Economica Federal It pays an additional amount of PIS wage premium to about 1.1 million workers. In this way, transfers are with interest that has undergone value revision, that has judicial origin or that has not been withdrawn during calendars that have already expired (from 2016 to 2020).

Therefore, the deposit will be deposited directly into an account owned by the worker in Caixa or into a digital social savings account that opens automatically in his name – Caixa Tem. According to the financial institution, the average amount paid per worker in this supplementary lot is R$398.99. So, the installments will be available until December 29th.

Additional allowance amount

Thus, the PIS ranges between R$101.00 and R$1212.00, proportional to the number of months the individual worked during the base year.

I worked months deserved amount
1 101.00 Brazilian Real
two 202.00 Brazilian real
3 303.00 Brazilian real
4 404.00 Brazilian real
5 505.00 Brazilian Real
6 606.00 Brazilian real
7 707.00 Brazilian Real
8 808.00 Brazilian Real
9 909.00 Brazilian real
10 1,010.00 Brazilian reals
11 1,111.00 Brazilian reals
12 1,212.00 Brazilian reals
Source: Caixa Economica Federal

Who is entitled to a PIS?

In summary, those who fall into the following positions in the base year are entitled to PIS:

  • They earn, on average, a minimum wage per month in the base year;
  • He had a portfolio record.
  • conducted a paid activity for at least 30 days in the base year;
  • you have been enrolled in PIS/Pasep for at least five years in the base year;
  • The data has been updated by the employer in the annual social information list (Rais) or eSocial, according to the company category.

How do you check PIS?

Finally, the worker can consult the PIS by the following means:

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