02/07/2016 11h21 - Updated 2/07/2016 14h36

Government extends deadline for withdrawal of salary allowance 2015

Now workers may withdraw salary bonus PIS / PASEP between days 28 July and 31 of August.
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In another attempt to impose a positive agenda, the federal government announced on Friday (1º) the deadline extension to remove the salary bonus of PIS / PASEP related to 2015, which had been closed on Thursday (30).

Workers who did not recover the payment in an agency Federal Savings Bank may remove it from day 28 July and 31 of August.

According to the Ministry of Labour, 1,2 million people drew no benefit, equivalent to the minimum wage, or which it represents about 5% from 23,6 million who are entitled to receive the allowance.

The amount withdrawn is not about R $ 880 millions, taking into account that the current minimum wage is $ 880. Resources undrawn return to the FAT (Support Fund for Workers).

The percentage of 5% It is similar to the average of previous years. Asked why she had been opened an exception this year, Minister Ronaldo Nogueira explained that the goal of the federal government is to achieve the full benefit of the sack.

“The percentage remains on average in recent years, however, the federal government innovates in this initiative, extending the term and trying to establish a higher percentage”, said, pointing out that the federal government expand information campaigns.

They are entitled to the allowance people registered in PIS / PASEP for at least five years, with an average monthly salary of up to two minimum wages during the allocation of the base year of the benefit and who exercised gainful activity for at least 30 days in the base year.

Besides that, the worker must have their data entered by the employer (legal person) in Rais (Annual Social Information).

Source: Newspaper

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