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Pis/Pasep 2024: Understand Everything About Benefit Payment

In 2024, the PIS (Social Integration Program) and Pasep (Public Servant Assets Formation Program) programs continue to be important pillars in Brazilian social policy, providing financial support through salary bonuses to their beneficiaries.

This article is intended to clarify all relevant aspects of the 2024 programs, including who is entitled to benefits, how payments are calculated, and how and when beneficiaries can withdraw their benefits.

As Brazil faces economic changes and legislative adjustments, understanding these programs becomes even more crucial for workers. In this context, PIS/Pasep not only represents financial support, but also a connection between workers and the country's sustainable economic development.

What changed in the payment of PIS/Pasep 2024?

In 2024, PIS/Pasep underwent important changes that directly affect workers eligible to receive the salary bonus. These changes aim to simplify the payment process and ensure that the benefit is distributed more efficiently and fairly. Here are the main points of the changes implemented:

  1. Unified Payment Calendar: Previously, payment dates varied significantly between PIS and Pasep beneficiaries. Now, the calendar has been unified and is based on the worker's month of birth, regardless of whether they are linked to PIS or Pasep. This means that all eligible workers receive their payments in the same time window, depending only on their month of birth.
  2. Calculation of the Benefit Amount: The value of the salary bonus continues to be proportional to the length of service in the base year, with each month worked guaranteeing 1/12 of the current minimum wage. However, the big change is that the minimum wage has been readjusted, which results in an increase in the maximum benefit amount for those who worked the entire year.
  3. Digitized Access to the Allowance: In 2024, the digitalization of processes was emphasized to make access to the allowance simpler and faster. Workers can check the available amount and payment dates through the Digital Work Card or the CAIXA Tem app, making it easier to manage the benefit without the need to travel or wait in queues.
  4. Adjusted Eligibility Criteria: The basic eligibility criteria remain the same — being registered with PIS/Pasep for at least five years, having worked remuneratedly for at least 30 days in the base year and having received up to two minimum wages on average per month. However, the way this information is verified has been simplified through the more intensive use of eSocial and RAIS.

These changes are designed to modernize the wage bonus system, making it more accessible and understandable for workers, while also improving the administrative efficiency of the program.

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