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Consultation on the 2024 PIS/Pasep value is released

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Consultation on the 2024 PIS/Pasep value is released

Around 24 million people who worked with a formal contract in 2022 can consult, from this Monday (5), the value of the salary bonus under the Social Integration Program (PIS) and the Public Servant Assets Training Program ( Pasep) in 2024. The amount is available in the Digital Work Card application (available at Google Play by you App Store) e no Portal Gov.br.

Anyone who wants to obtain additional information, such as the payment schedule, installment release and clarification of doubts, should consult the Caixa Trabalhador app.

Payment of the 2022 salary bonus will be made from February 15th to August 15th, depending on the worker’s month of birth, for those who receive the PIS, or the final registration number, for those who receive the Pasep.

This year, R$22.6 billion can be withdrawn. According to the Deliberative Council of the Worker Support Fund (Codefat), the salary bonus will be paid to 24.67 million workers across the country. Of this total, 21.95 million who work in the private sector will receive R$19.8 billion from PIS and 2.72 million public servants, employees of state-owned companies and the military are entitled to R$2.7 billion from Pasep.

PIS is paid by Caixa Econômica Federal and Pasep by Banco do Brasil. As is traditionally the case, payments will be divided into six batches, based on the month of birth, in the case of PIS, and the final registration number, in the case of Pasep. The withdrawal will begin on the release dates of the lots and will end on December 27, 2024. After this period, it will be necessary to wait for a special call from the Ministry of Labor and Social Security.

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Who is entitled

Workers registered with PIS/Pasep for at least 5 years, and who have formally worked for at least 30 days in the base year considered for calculation, with an average monthly remuneration of up to two minimum wages, are entitled to the benefit. It is also necessary that the data has been correctly reported by the employer in the Annual Social Information Report (Rais).

The value of the bonus is proportional to the period in which the employee worked with a formal contract in 2022. Each month worked is equivalent to a benefit of R$117.67, with periods equal to or greater than 15 days counted as a full month. Anyone who worked for 12 months with a formal contract will receive the full minimum wage, R$1,412.

See the approved calendar:


Private sector workers with a checking or savings account at Caixa will receive credit automatically at the bank, according to the month of their birth.

The other beneficiaries will receive the amounts through digital social savings, which can be used via the Caixa Tem app. If it is not possible to open the digital account, withdrawals can be made using the Citizen’s Card and password at self-service terminals, lottery units, Caixa Aqui or branches, also according to the payment schedule staggered by month of birth.

Payment of the Pasep allowance occurs via credit to an account for those who have an account or have savings at Banco do Brasil. Workers who are not BB account holders can make the transfer via TED to the account they own via self-service terminals and the portal www.bb.com.br/pasep or at the branches’ cash counter, upon presentation of an official identity document.

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Until 2020, the previous year’s salary bonus was paid from July of the current year to June of the following year. At the beginning of 2021, Codefat complied with the recommendation of the Comptroller General of the Union (CGU) and started depositing the money only 2 years after working with a formal contract.

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