All Brazilian citizens who carried out paid activities on their worksheets between 1971 and October 4, 1988 should check with the Caixa EconÃ´mica Federal if there are any PIS shares available for withdrawal. More than 23.5 billion Brazilian reals have been forgotten by around 10.6 million beneficiaries. If you are one of this group, read on and see How to know if you are entitled to PIS / PASEP.
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Workers who have forgotten the money can withdraw it through the FGTS (Fundo de Garantia do Tempo of Employee) application, regardless of their age. In addition, funds can be withdrawn by beneficiaries who have not yet withdrawn their share from Pasep in Banco do Brasil or PIS in Caixa, and who have transferred these amounts to FGTS.
How can I withdraw my salary bonus?
The employee can withdraw the quota and check the exact amount that will be received directly through the official FGTS app. However, cash withdrawals can only be made until June 1, 2025.
What happens if the service is not withdrawn within the time limit?
All beneficiaries have a period of five years to withdraw the amount of the paid premium. But, if this has not yet happened during the current payment schedule, you have to wait for the next schedule to be able to use these funds.
Who is entitled to PIS / Pasep 2022?
To be eligible for payment, the following conditions must be met:
- Obtain the data correctly by the employer (legal person) in the annual list of social information (RAIS) / eSocial;
- Have been registered with the PIS for at least five years;
- Earned an average salary up to the minimum wage in 2020;
- In addition, it is necessary to perform paid work for a legal person for at least 30 days in 2020.
Check the channels to see if you are eligible:
PIS (Private Company Worker):
- In the cashier’s app
- On the fund website
- Via the Caixa service phone: 0800 726 0207
PASEP (Public Server):
- Via the phones of the Banco do Brasil call center: 4004-0001 (capitals and metropolitan areas);
- 0800 729 0001 (other cities);
- 0800 729 0088 (hearing impaired).