What public servants need to know about the new social security contribution table; check out

The year 2024 begins with great news for public servants! See all the details about the new social security contribution table!

Public servants across Brazil must prepare for significant changes to the social security contribution table. With the new rules released by the federal government, it is crucial to understand how these changes will affect each employee’s salary and contribution.

In this sense, the question arises: after all, what changes (and what remains the same) for Government civil servants in relation to Social Security contributions? Let’s reveal the essential information about the new social security contribution table.

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What is a social security contribution?

The social security contribution is a discount applied to the salaries of workers, including public servants, intended to finance Brazil’s social security system.

This system is responsible for guaranteeing benefits such as retirement, sickness benefit, death pension, among others. Understanding the nuances of contribution is essential for planning personal finances.

Discover the new social security contribution table

A new social security contribution table for public servants was released by the federal government, with rates ranging from 7.5% to 22%.

This table is effective from January 2024, and the new discount on paychecks will be made from February.

Progressive contribution calculation

The new contribution rates are progressive, meaning that the calculation is made taking into account each installment of the salary.

The remuneration is divided into bands, and each band has a different contribution percentage. The total collection is the sum of the amounts calculated in these ranges.

How does the new table work in practice?

To make everything more practical, we show below some examples of public employees, and how much they will have to contribute to Social Security. Read carefully to understand how to do the calculation:

A server who earns R$3,000 will pay 7.5% on R$1,412, 9% on R$1,254.67 (difference between R$2,666.68 and R$1,412.01), and 12% on R$333.31 (difference between R$ 3,000 and R$ 2,666.69), totaling R$ 258.81 contribution. A server with a salary of R$ 4,500 will contribute a total of R$ 448.81, applying the rates in the respective salary ranges. For a salary of R$7,500, the total contribution will be R$868.81. A server who earns R$12,500 will have a total contribution of R$1,592.37.

Pay attention to Social Security rules

The new rules for social security contributions for public servants require attention and financial planning. Understanding how progressive rates affect salaries is crucial for public servants.

These changes aim at a more equitable distribution of the social security burden, reflecting the Government’s commitment to a fairer income distribution.

Still have questions about the new social security contribution rules for public employees at municipal, state and federal levels? Check out the video below to solve your questions:

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