Consult and discover the EXACT amount you will receive from PIS/Pasep

Find out how to calculate exactly the amount you will receive from PIS/Pasep and understand the eligibility criteria. Clear and precise information to prepare you for receiving the benefit.

Have you ever wondered about the exact amount of PIS/Pasep you will receive? Many Brazilians are in the same situation, seeking clarification about this essential benefit.

The good news is that, with some basic information, you can calculate the amount that will be deposited into your account. So, keep reading.

Understand the PIS/Pasep calculation process and check the exact amount you are entitled to receive. (Credit: @jeanedeoliveirafotografia /

What is needed to receive PIS/Pasep in 2024?

Firstly, it is essential to understand that PIS/Pasep is intended for workers with a formal contract, that is, under the CLT regime.

To be eligible, you must have at least five years of employment. Furthermore, your monthly remuneration must not exceed two minimum wages.

Other criteria include being in good standing with the Labor Court and having worked at least one month in the base year considered for the calculation.

In general, these factors are crucial in determining whether you are eligible to receive the aid and what the amount will be.

What is the exact value of PIS/Pasep 2024?

The calculation is simpler than it seems. Divide the value of the current minimum wage (R$1,412) by 12, resulting in R$117.66.

This value corresponds to the amount received for each month worked in the base year. For example, if you worked six months, you will receive R$706.00. Check out the table below:

Benefit Value (R$) Months Worked in 2022
117,67 1 month
235,34 2 months
353,01 3 months
470,68 Four months
588,35 5 months
706,02 6 months
823,69 7 months
941,36 8 months
1.059,03 9 months
1.176,7 10 months
1.294,37 11 months
1.412 12 months

PIS/Pasep 2024 payment calendar

Furthermore, it is important to pay attention to the official payment calendar!

In short, it starts on February 15th for those born in January, followed by each subsequent month for those born in the corresponding months.

The calendar extends until August 15th, covering all beneficiaries. Look:

Born in Receive from They receive up to
January 15/02/2024 27/12/2024
February 15/03/2024 27/12/2024
March 15/04/2024 27/12/2024
April 15/04/2024 27/12/2024
May 15/05/2024 27/12/2024
June 15/05/2024 27/12/2024
July 17/06/2024 27/12/2024
August 17/06/2024 27/12/2024
September 15/07/2024 27/12/2024
October 15/07/2024 27/12/2024
November 15/08/2024 27/12/2024
December 15/08/2024 27/12/2024

How to consult?

For peace of mind and certainty, it is recommended to consult directly on official platforms. This way, you avoid surprises and prepare yourself better financially.

Below, see the instructions for consulting PIS/Pasep 2024:

1. Through the Digital Work Card application

First, download the Digital Work Card application from Google Play or App Store. Then, access the application using your CPF and password. In the menu, select "Benefits" and then "Salary Allowance". View the amount available on the screen .

2. Through Caixa Tem

Download the Caixa Tem app on Google Play or App Store to check your PIS. Log in to your account. On the home screen, click on "Salary Allowance". Check the available amount, payment date and other details.

3. Through Banco do Brasil

Firstly, access the Banco do Brasil website on your cell phone to check the PASEP. Afterwards, log in using On the home page, look for the option "Receive the Salary Allowance". Provide the necessary information to access details.Finally, check the available amount, payment date and other pertinent information.

In conclusion, understanding and calculating the PIS/Pasep value is simpler than it seems.

With the right information and a little attention to the criteria, you can easily find out how much you will receive. So, consult, calculate and plan in advance!

Also know: Decree APPROVED and transfer of the 14th salary until February; value of R$ 2,424.00 per person

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