Caixa will help thousands of Brazilians in February

Caixa is offering several benefits to customers. To do this, it is important to pay attention to the eligibility rules of the process.

February arrived bringing good news to millions of Brazilians, thanks to Caixa Econômica Federal. With the launch of the R$600 Pix and four other incredible benefits, the month promises to be one of financial relief for many families.

To find out if you will be entitled to benefits, it is important to check the rules and pay attention to the receipt dates. Here we go?

Have you ever thought about receiving four Caixa benefits at once? See how to access the values! / Photo: disclosure / Credit: @jeanedeoliveirafotografia /

R$600 Pix from Caixa: a welcome boost

Have you ever imagined waking up and seeing that your account received a Pix of R$600? This reality is closer than you think.

Initially, Caixa, in an unprecedented initiative, is making this amount available to help alleviate the financial burden of its customers.

This extra boost could be what you need to catch up on your bills or even invest in something important to you and your family.

Benefits that make a difference

But does not stop there! In addition to the traditional Pix of R$600 from Bolsa Família, Caixa is launching four more benefits that promise to make all the difference in the lives of Brazilians.

In other words, in addition to the basic benefit, designed to guarantee a minimum income, there are specific supplements to meet different needs of registered families.

Among them, the Variable Benefit stands out, linked to the presence of pregnant women, nursing mothers, children and adolescents up to 17 years of age in the family, promoting health and education.

The Variable Youth Benefit supports families with young people between 18 and 21 years old, encouraging the completion of secondary education.

There is also the Benefit for Overcoming Extreme Poverty, aimed at families whose per capita income, even after other benefits, remains below the extreme poverty line.

Caixa as an ally of Brazilians

Currently, Caixa Econômica Federal has established itself as a true ally for Brazilians, especially in challenging times.

These new measures reinforce the institution’s commitment to offering not only financial services, but also real and tangible support that can transform lives.

See more: Is the Bolsa Família Christmas bonus CONFIRMED for 2024? Is anticipation also confirmed?

How to access these benefits?

If you are wondering how you can benefit from these initiatives, the answer is simple: keep your data updated with Caixa Tem and keep an eye on the institution’s official communication channels.

Furthermore, to continue receiving Bolsa Família, it is essential to keep your registration updated in CadÚnico every two years or whenever significant changes occur in the family’s situation.

Furthermore, it is necessary to comply with the program’s conditionalities, such as a minimum school attendance of 75% for children and adolescents and monitoring the health of pregnant women, nursing mothers and children under 7 years of age, ensuring up-to-date vaccinations and monitoring growth and development.

February Bolsa Família Calendar

Finally, check this month’s payment date, which will start soon:

January 18 – Brazilians with NIS end January 119 – Brazilians with NIS end January 222 – Brazilians with NIS end January 323 – Brazilians with NIS end January 424 – Brazilians with NIS end January 525 – Brazilians with NIS at the end of January 626 – Brazilians with NIS at the end of January 729 – Brazilians with NIS at the end of January 830 – Brazilians with NIS at the end of January 931 – Brazilians with NIS at the end of 0

A promising February

With the R$600 Pix and the four additional benefits, Caixa Econômica Federal is not only saving, but also improving the lives of millions of Brazilians in February.

In short, these initiatives are a reminder that, even in the most difficult times, there are institutions committed to offering solid and effective support.

See more: I live alone, can I RECEIVE Bolsa Família? See the program rules for this case

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