New service INSS shows how much time remains for Brazil to retireThe launch of the tool occurs days after the government officially announced the suspension of the processing of the pension reform in Congress.
The National Institute of Social Security (INSS) It launched a new service that simulates the time of contribution and says if the employee already has time to ask the retirement age or the period of contribution.
The launch of the tool occurs days after the government officially announced the suspension of the processing of the pension reform in Congress. The proposed amendment to the Constitution (PEC), which should be stopped until the end of the year, toughens rules for retirement and aims primarily to increase the minimum age to achieve the benefit.
Unlike previous tool available on the website, the new calculator performs an automatic search of all information and links worker data recorded in the INSS systems. The simulation functions only as a first "clue" the right, because when viewing the supposed possibility of retirement, the worker will contact the INSS to whether, in fact you can get the benefit.
The simulator is housed in My INSS, a tool created by the institute to reduce bureaucracy life of the insured. no website, the person accesses and tracks all information about your work history as data on social security contributions, employers and work time.
The aim is that through My INSS the insured can follow every stage of the application by internet, interact with the INSS regarding its process and receive notifications directly through the website or mobile application.
The discussions on the pension system show that the Brazilian worker should plan for retirement at an earlier age. To ensure extra monthly income of $ 2 thousand no future, for example, in addition to the benefit received by the INSS a couple of 18 years you want to stop working 65 would have to invest from now about R $ 500 monthly. The calculations were made by the Social Security Calculator, tool developed by the newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo in partnership with the Brazilian Association of Financial Planners (to plan, old IBCPF).
on the platform, the newspaper reader O Estado de S. Paul can discover not only the remaining time for retirement (as the current rules and those proposed by the government), as well as the approximate value of the benefit to be received in two cases. Besides that, you can also calculate how much to save in advance to ensure a certain extra income. calculation, for a while, only applies to the legal framework - ie, excludes those who receive special retirement, as servers, teachers and police.