Workers who worked between 1971 and 1988 have amounts owed through PIS/Pasep shares and should be aware of this fact. According to Caixa Econômica Federal, the total is R$24.6 billion available for mobility by private sector professionals and public officials.
The value of each factor can be consult Online, without having to ask for help face to face. To access this information, the citizen must access the Severance Indemnity Fund (FGTS) application. There, he can also request a withdrawal of the available funds.
The information has been released by Federal Savings Bank And serve as a warning to workers. The guideline is that all those who had paid employment between 1971 and 1988 take a quick consultation, after all, extra money is always good news.
With the help of technology it is now easy to check information and enjoy the money without missing the chance. According to Caixa, at least 10.6 million people have dues. The number is high and a large portion of this audience does not know that they have the right to the money.
Adding the values of all professionals, the amount comes to R$24.6 billion in PIS/Pasep stakes. Another relevant data reported by the bank is that most people have an average of R$2,300 received.
Despite this indicator, the balance of each person depends on several Standards, such as service time. As a result, some have amounts much higher than the average value.
Citizens can request funds in person at Caixa branches by presenting a personal identification document, as well as a PIS/Pasep Certificate and a Declaration of Eligible Dependents.
Another way is by Request from FGTS. Just follow the steps step by step:
- access to the tool;
- Click “You have cash withdrawal available”;
- Go to “PIS / Pasep Withdrawal Request”.
Funds are available in a credit account or in person. Withdrawals can be made in person using the Citizen Card – provided the maximum is R$3,000 – at Caixa lotteries and self-service stations.
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