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PIS 2024: Check the Updated Dates for 2024

O PIS/PASEP calendar 2024 is now available and brings important news for Brazilian workers. This benefit, fundamental for millions of people, has updated rules and specific payment dates.

Its purpose is to provide additional financial support to workers who meet the eligibility criteria, thus strengthening the country's income distribution policy.

This year, around 24,8 million workers should benefit and payment of Pis/Pasep has already started. Continue reading to find out everything about the benefit in 2024, including the updated dates according to the official calendar.

Who is entitled to PIS/PASEP in 2024?

Understanding who is eligible to receive the PIS/PASEP salary bonus is crucial to ensuring you don't miss out on this significant benefit. With the rules constantly being updated, it is important to stay tuned for the latest information for the year 2024.

Here is a detailed list and step-by-step guide on who is entitled to PIS/PASEP in 2024, including any new rules or updates that may affect your eligibility.

Eligibility Criteria

Formal Work

You must have worked with a formal contract for at least 30 days in the base year (2022).

Registration with PIS/PASEP

It is necessary to be registered with PIS (for private sector workers) or PASEP (for public servants) for at least five years.

Monthly income

Receive, on average, up to two minimum wages per month during the base year (2022).

Reported Information

Your employer must have correctly informed your data in the Annual Social Information List (RAIS) or in eSocial, depending on the reference year.

Workers who do not have the right

According to the official rules of Pis/Pasep, urban workers hired by individuals, rural workers hired by individuals, workers hired by individuals equivalent to legal entities and domestic employees are not entitled to the benefit.

Step by Step to Check Your Eligibility

If you still have doubts about whether you are entitled to the benefit and whether you will receive it according to the PIS/PASEP calendar, check your eligibility using one of the methods below:

Confirm your PIS/PASEP Registration

Check that your PIS/PASEP registration is active and that you have been registered for at least five years.

Review your Employment History

Check if you worked at least 30 days with a formal contract in the base year, fulfilling the length of service requirement.

Calculate your Average Income

Review your base year payslips to ensure that your average monthly income did not exceed two minimum wages.

Check RAIS/eSocial

Contact your company's HR department to confirm that your information was correctly reported in RAIS or eSocial.

Consult the Official Calendar

Access official website of Caixa Econômica Federal (for PIS) or Banco do Brasil (for PASEP) and check the PIS/PASEP calendar of payments from 2024.

By following this guide, you will be able to check your eligibility for the PIS/PASEP salary bonus in 2024 and ensure you are taking advantage of all the benefits you are entitled to. Remember that being informed and updated about the rules is the first step to not losing this important financial support.

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