BPC of R$ 1,412.00 released TODAY (23); find out when you can withdraw

The BPC is a specific INSS benefit for some citizens who have never needed to contribute. This month, payments have already started to hit the account.

The National Social Security Institute (INSS) announced the release of the payment calendar for benefits for the month of February.

Those who are waiting, get ready: the transfers start this Friday, the 23rd! But how do you know exactly when your benefit will be deposited?

Any questions you have about benefit payment can be clarified below. So don’t miss the details on how to receive it!

Do you already know BPC? This very important benefit is already making monthly payments. Check out who gets it! / Credit: @jeanedeoliveirafotografia / pronatec.pro.br

Who can receive the BPC?

Firstly, the Continuous Payment Benefit (BPC) is a right guaranteed by the Organic Social Assistance Law (LOAS) to elderly people over 65 years of age and people with disabilities of any age.

To be eligible, the individual or their family must have a per capita income of less than 1/4 of the minimum wage.

The BPC is not a retirement and, therefore, does not require a prior contribution to the INSS. It is important to highlight that the benefit is not transferable, that is, it does not generate the right to a death pension.

See how to request payment

Furthermore, to request the BPC, the interested party must be registered in the Single Registry for Social Programs of the Federal Government (CadÚnico) and schedule a social and/or medical assessment at the INSS.

A medical appointment can be made by calling 135 or on the Meu INSS website (During the appointment, it is necessary to provide personal documents, proof of residence and evidence of disability, if applicable.

After scheduling, an assessment will be conducted to determine whether the applicant meets BPC eligibility criteria.

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How to consult the BPC

First of all, it is essential to know how to check your benefit. The INSS has made digital platforms available, such as the INSS portal, where policyholders can check their benefit statements, transfer dates and amounts to be received.

Furthermore, these platforms allow scheduling medical examinations, facilitating access to various services without leaving home.

Payment calendar: pay attention to the dates

Payment of benefits is organized according to the last digit of the Social Identification Number (NIS), disregarding the number after the dash.

For benefits of up to one minimum wage, which includes those who receive the BPC, the dates vary from February 23rd to March 7th, according to the end of the NIS. Check out:

End of NIS 1: February 23rd End of NIS 2: February 26th End of NIS 3: February 27th End of NIS 4: February 28th End of NIS 5: February 29th End of NIS 6: March 1st End of NIS 7: March 4th End of NIS 8: March 5End of NIS 9: March 6End of NIS 0: March 7

For those who earn above the minimum wage, the dates are also defined, starting on March 1st. It is crucial to pay attention to specific dates so as not to miss your payment date.

Various benefits: from BPC to retirements

The INSS is responsible for a wide range of benefits, such as BPC, pensions, sickness benefit, pensions, maternity pay, incarceration benefit, defense insurance, among others.

Each of these benefits has a specific payment schedule that may vary. Therefore, checking the date corresponding to your benefit is essential for effective financial planning.

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