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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).

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 - Advertisement - 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

### PIS allowance, paid by Caixa

For employees of private companies

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

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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