Worker has up to this farm to cash allowance of PIS

The amount of the allowance is 880 reais e, to be entitled to it, the employee must be registered in PIS / PASEP.
28/06/2016 16h45 - Updated 28/06/2016 16h54
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Who exercised gainful activity for at least 30 days 2014 and received up to two minimum wages per month in this period have until this Thursday (30) to draw the salary bonus of PIS / PASEP related that year.

The amount of the allowance is 880 reais e, to be entitled to it, the worker must also be registered in PIS / PASEP for at least five years and have had their data properly informed by the employer in the Annual Social Information (THE PRESIDENT).

PIS is the Social Integration Program and PASEP is the Heritage Training Programme for Civil Servants. They are social contributions made by companies to finance the benefits of unemployment insurance and salary bonuses.

PIS is for employees of private companies, governed by the Consolidation of Labor Laws (CLT) . Already PASEP is intended for civil servants. Resources undrawn return to the Fund for Worker (FAT).

According to the Ministry of Labour, until the last day 24 June were paid 18,4 billion reais for over 22,2 millions of workers who are entitled to the salary allowance 2014 -or 94,14% do total. Near 1,38 million people can still withdraw.

how to get?
To remove or fertilizer do PIS, workers who have Citizen Card and registered password can remove the value in the self-service terminals of Caixa Econômica Federal or at a Lottery Home.

If the person does not have the Citizen Card, it can receive the allowance at any Caixa branch upon presentation of identification.

Already public servants who wish to withdraw the allowance Pasep need to check whether there was deposit on account. If this has not occurred, They should seek the Brazil Bank branch and present an identification document. Who have questions can find more information at the Ministry of Labour website.


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