13th Salary has a DISCLOSED payment date: find out when you will receive it

The first installment of the 13th INSS salary for 2024 is scheduled for August, bringing a significant change for retirees and pensioners. Understand.

The 13th salary is an annual benefit paid to all Brazilian workers, including INSS retirees and pensioners.

This extra payment represents an important supplement to these beneficiaries’ annual income, providing greater peace of mind and purchasing power during the end-of-year festivities.

In this article, we will cover in detail everything you need to know about the 13th salary of INSS retirees.

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First installment of the 13th INSS Salary in 2024: what you need to know

The first installment of the 13th INSS salary, scheduled for August 2024, marks a significant moment for retirees, pensioners and other beneficiaries.

After the denial of the benefit in advance, this update represents a considerable change for many who rely on this extra income to balance their finances.

The importance of this installment cannot be underestimated, as in addition to offering financial relief, it encourages careful financial planning to avoid debt, enabling dreams to come true and savings.

Eligibility for the 13th INSS salary extends to retirees, pensioners and other beneficiaries, with the exception of those who receive Continuous Payment Benefit (BPC/LOAS) and Lifetime Monthly Income.

The INSS organizes payment in two stages, initially prioritizing those who receive up to the minimum wage and, subsequently, those with income above this amount.

To track payment and check pending issues, beneficiaries can use number 135 or access the My INSS portal online, ensuring that all information is up to date and accessible.

A Brazilian worker’s right

The 13th salary is an annual benefit paid to Brazilian workers, both in the public and private sectors, as a form of recognition for their work and contribution to the growth of companies.

This bonus, equivalent to an extra salary, represents an important supplement to family income at the end of the year.


The 13th salary was established in Brazil in 1962, through Law No. 4,090, and regulated by the CLT (Consolidation of Labor Laws).

The law guarantees the payment of the 13th salary to all workers who have worked at least 15 days a year.


The amount is calculated proportionally to the worker’s length of service during the year. For each month worked, the employee receives 1/12 (one twelfth) of his gross salary. In other words, anyone who worked all year receives a full extra salary.


The 13th salary is divided into two installments:

1st installment: must be paid by November 30th; 2nd installment: must be paid by December 20th.

In case of termination of an employment contract, the 13th salary is paid in proportion to the time worked in the year.


It is possible to make payroll contributions, but it is important to be careful and avoid committing a large part of your extra income to loans or financing.

Now, check out some tips to take advantage of the benefit.

Plan: set priorities and make a budget to avoid unnecessary expenses; Negotiate debts: use the 13th to pay off high-interest debts and improve your financial health; Invest: invest a portion in fixed or variable income investments to achieve your goals; Reserve for emergencies: keep a reserve for unforeseen events and emergency situations.

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