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Fourth phase of the salary bonus will be released this Thursday (19)

Salary bonus

Workers who have a birthday in October and whose public service registration ends at number 3

Workers who were born in October will be able to withdraw the payment of salary bonuses from this Thursday (19). The Ministry of Labor will also release the PIS / Pasep amounts to public servants whose registration ends with number 3.

Workers linked to PIS withdraw money from branches of Caixa or lottery houses throughout the country. Those linked to PASP withdraw the benefit from Banco do Brasil.

The salary bonus is passed on to those who worked for at least one month last year with a formal contract and whose remuneration was at least two minimum salaries. It is still required to be enrolled in PIS / Pasep for at least five years. 

Previous Payments

The resources for the private workers born in July, August and September and for the servers with registration endings 0, 1 and 2 have already been released. The Salary Bonus 2016 base year began to be paid on July 27 this year.

Banking agencies were sought by 5.49 million workers until September 31 to receive the money, which corresponds to 22.48% of the total number of people entitled to the benefit. Almost R $ 4.05 billion were paid.

The amount to be delivered to each worker is proportional to the number of months worked formally in the base year and ranges from R $ 79 to R $ 937. The Northeast is the region with the highest coverage rate until then, with 23.24% of the workers having withdrawn the benefit.

Source: Government of Brazil, with information from the Ministry of Labor