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New PIS allowance ranges from R$109 to R$1,302 in 2023

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The value of the PIS and Pasep allowance that 23 million workers will be able to withdraw from February 15 will vary from R$ 109 to R$ 1,302, considering the new minimum wage defined by the government through a provisional measure for 2023.

The PIS/Pasep allowance schedule for 2023 was approved at an extraordinary meeting of Codefat this Thursday (15).

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In 2023, if the beneficiary worked throughout the reference year, he will receive a minimum salary allowance, R$ 1,302. If you worked for six months in 2021, you will receive half of the minimum wage, R$651.

The calculation multiplies 1/12 of the minimum wage valid on the payment date by the number of months worked in the corresponding year. Law 7998, from 1990, determines the rounding up of cents.

Amount of allowance according to the number of months worked

months worked allowance amount
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1

109.00

two

217.00

3

326.00

4

434.00

5

543.00

6

651.00

7

760.00

8

868.00

9

977.00

10

1,085.00

11

1,194.00

12

1,302.00

See the PIS/Pasep 2023 payment schedule

PIS allowance, paid by Caixa

For employees of private companies

born in receive from receive up to
January and February 02/15/2023 12/28/2023
March and April 03/15/2023 12/28/2023
May and June 04/17/2023 12/28/2023
July and August 05/15/2023 12/28/2023
september and october 06/15/2023 12/28/2023
November and December 07/17/2023

12/28/2023

Pasep allowance, paid by Banco do Brasil

For those who worked in public companies, such as civil servants

end of registration receive from receive up to
0 02/15/2023 12/28/2023
1 03/15/2023 12/28/2023
2 and 3 04/17/2023 12/28/2023
4 and 5 05/15/2023 12/28/2023
6 and 7 06/15/2023 12/28/2023
8 and 9 07/17/2023 12/28/2023

WHO HAS THE RIGHT TO THE PIS/PASEP ALLOWANCE RELEASED IN 2023

The reference year for this allowance is 2021. The worker needs:

  • Be registered in the PIS/Pasep program or in the Cnis (date of first job) for at least five years;
  • Have worked for employers that contribute to PIS or Pasep;
  • Have formally worked at least 30 days in the base year of 2021;
  • Having received an average monthly remuneration of up to two minimum wages in 2021;
  • The employer must have correctly informed the employee’s data in the Rais (Annual Social Information List) for the base year

WHO DOES NOT HAVE THE RIGHT TO THE ALLOWANCE

  • domestic worker;
  • rural workers employed by individuals;
  • urban workers employed by individuals;
  • workers employed by individuals equivalent to legal entities
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