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The salary compensation payment schedule for the SIP/Passep had its dates changed by the federal government in 2021. As a result, the beneficiary only had access to the allowance in 2022 for those who were still due to have it in 2021.

Therefore, those who worked in 2021 and still have not received it will only be considered next year. In principle, a new calendar should be established in 2023. However, depending on the transfer rules of the program, it may include the dates for the payment of the benefit of the SIP/Passep last year, in addition to this year’s benefit of 2022.

PIS/PASEP allocation in 2021

First, the updated information is that a worker who carried out a labor activity with a signature in the labor card or worked in the civil service in 2021, will only have access to the benefit in 2023. Therefore, if this is the case, more than R$ 19 billion must be paid to more than 22 million workers to cover PIS/Pasep payments in 2021. Accordingly, these should be the amounts promised in the finance law for the next year.

Thus, in 2022, the release of the 2020 wage bonus and the payment of the PIS/Pasep allowance to workers who worked in 2019, but did not receive it, were included in the current budget. In addition, the allocation for 2021 will be extended until 2023.

How do I know if I am entitled to the allowance?

First, the employee can call (158) or access the Digital Work Card application to find out about their rights. In addition, there are still support channels from financial institutions.

Private company workers can call SIP

  • By mobile phone via the Caixa Trabalhador app;
  • By Caixa.gov.br;
  • Via the Caixa center: 0800 726 0207.

The official can call Pasep

  • Through the central office of Banco BB – 4004-0001, both for those in the capital and for neighboring towns;
  • 0800 729 0001 for other cities in the states where the worker resides;
  • 0800 729 0088 (for anyone with hearing loss).

In 2023, the wage allowance can be doubled, reaching over R$1,300.00

The value of the allowance varies according to the time devoted to the professional activity. Therefore, according to the defined salary scale, the employee can receive up to R$1,301 in 2023 (amount allocated to the minimum salary for the following year). See the PIS 2023 forecast table:

  • Twelve months of work – BRL 1,301.00.
  • Eleven months of work – BRL 1,192.00;
  • Ten months of work – BRL 1,084.00;
  • Nine months of work – BRL 975.00;
  • Eight months of work – BRL 867.00;
  • Seven months of work – BRL 758.00;
  • Six months of work – BRL 650.00;
  • Five months of work – BRL 541.00;
  • Four months of work – BRL 433.00;
  • three months of work – BRL 324.00;
  • Two months of work – BRL 216.00;
  • One month of work – BRL 107.00.

PIS payment schedule 2023

  • Born in January: 02/15/2023
  • Born in February: 02/15/2023
  • Born in March: 03/15/2023
  • Born in April: 03/15/2023
  • Born in May: 04/17/2023
  • Born in June: 04/17/2023
  • Born in July: 05/15/2023
  • Born in August: 06/15/2023
  • Born in September: 07/15/2023
  • Born in October: 07/15/2023
  • Born in November: 07/17/2023
  • Born in December: 07/17/2023

PASEP 2023 timetable

  • End of registration 0: 15/02/2023
  • End of registration 1: 15/03/2023
  • End of registration 2: 17/04/2023
  • End of registration 3: 17/04/2023
  • End of registration 4: 15/05/2023
  • End of registration 5: 15/05/2023
  • End of registration 6: 15/06/2023
  • End of registration 7: 15/06/2023
  • End of registration 8: 17/07/2023
  • End of registrations 9: 17/07/2023

Finally, the deferral of payments by the government SIP/Passep will allow the accumulation of the benefit for 2023.🇧🇷 find out about these rights, ask your company’s human resources or personnel department, or consult government service channels to clear up your doubts.

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