Federal government confirms list of BENEFITS available in March; know if YOU will receive

As many know, low-income Brazilians can access a series of benefits from the federal government on a monthly basis. Those from March already have confirmation.

March brings good news for beneficiaries of social programs in Brazil, with several benefits confirmed by the government to be credited through the Caixa Tem platform.

This app has become an essential tool for facilitating financial transactions and accessing benefits, especially for low-income citizens.

However, to have access it is important to be up to date with the Single Registry, something that all beneficiaries must keep in mind. Check out!

Do you already know which benefits are available to Brazilians in March? See the list! / Credit: @jeanedeoliveirafotografia / pronatec.pro.br

Benefits available in March

Initially, among the aids planned are the First Childhood Benefit, which allocates R$150 per child up to seven years of age to families, aiming to create an environment conducive to child development.

Furthermore, there is also an additional benefit to ensure that the basic value of Bolsa Família reaches R$600, serving as complementary assistance.

Other benefits include the Nutriz Family Variable Benefit, with an additional R$50 per family member under six months old, and the Gas Aid, which offers around R$100 after a reduction in the price of a gas cylinder.

Access to benefits

Furthermore, access to these benefits is through the Single Registry (CadÚnico), which collects social data on all members of the family unit, including salary range, educational level and age.

This information is essential for the government to assess the qualifications of families to receive Bolsa Família and determine the amount granted.

How to register with CadÚnico?

To register with CadÚnico, it is necessary to look for the Social Assistance Reference Center (CRAS) in the municipality with identification documents for all family members.

The "Meu CadÚnico" application (Android: or iOS: also allows you to check your registration status and access information about the programs.

Stay up to date: Bolsa Família is coming with a SURPRISE in February

Bolsa Família and other programs

Bolsa Família, with an initial amount of R$600, continues to be a fundamental pillar of support for vulnerable families.

In addition, the government offers the Secondary Education Grant. This is a monthly subsidy of R$200 for high school students who regularly attend school activities.

At the end of each three-year cycle, the amount released will be increased to R$1,000.00, but will only be made available after completion of the course.

Check out all CadÚnico programs

CadÚnico is an essential tool of the Brazilian government, aimed at identifying low-income families, offering them access to more than 30 social programs and services.

This system makes it possible to implement public policies aimed at improving the quality of life of these families. Among the programs available through CadÚnico, the following stand out:

Bolsa Família Program: direct income transfer, subject to conditionalities, aimed at extremely poor and poor families; Continuous Payment Benefit (BPC): assistance worth one minimum wage to elderly people aged 65 or over and people with disabilities with family income per capita less than a quarter of the minimum wage; Fee exemption: includes exemptions in federal and district public tenders, in addition to registration fees in public tenders; Housing programs: facilitates access to financing for home ownership for families with a monthly income of up to three minimum wages; Social Electricity Tariff: offers discounts on the electricity bill for low-income families; Elderly Card: guarantees seniors over 60 years of age and individual income of up to two minimum wages the right to two free places or 50% discount on interstate bus tickets.

Stay tuned: EXTRA payment of CadÚnico through Caixa Tem: check the list of everyone who will receive the amounts

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