INSS retirees are being called to withdraw: 8 payments RELEASED

INSS retirees will now be able to receive various payments with government assistance. Each one has rules, so it’s good to pay attention to them.

Have you, an INSS retiree, heard the news that is making waves and could change your financial life in the coming days?

That’s right, the National Social Security Institute (INSS) is calling on retirees aged 60 and over for an important update: 8 new payments released with a new value in force. So, check it out!

INSS retirees are about to receive very important payments. See if you’re eligible! / Credit: @jeanedeoliveirafotografia /

What has changed for INSS retirees?

Starting this Tuesday, seniors aged 60, 70, 80 or over have reason to keep an eye on INSS news.

8 payments were released that promise to bring financial relief to many. Furthermore, two types of Social Security salaries can be accessed depending on your socioeconomic profile: conventional retirement and the Continuous Payment Benefit (BPC).

But pay attention! To retire, you must be over 63 years old if you are a woman and over 65 years old if you are a man. The BPC is aimed at seniors over 65, regardless of gender, and also at people with disabilities.

Continuous Payment Benefit (BPC)

BPC is one of the stars of this update, aimed at seniors aged 65 and over and people with disabilities, offering the equivalent of a minimum wage.

Therefore, from today onwards, BPC payments continue to be released, with final NIS 3 beneficiaries now able to make withdrawals.

What are the payment rules?

In summary, the BPC is aimed at seniors aged 65 or over and people with disabilities of any age, offering a minimum monthly wage.

To be eligible, the beneficiary cannot be receiving another type of Social Security benefit and must prove a per capita family income of less than 1/4 of the minimum wage.

Furthermore, this benefit is guaranteed by the Organic Social Assistance Law (LOAS), aiming to support those who need financial support for their subsistence.

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Pension and BPC payments for INSS retirees

Furthermore, it is important to remember that pension payments occur in two ways: the first calendar is for those who receive a salary, which includes BPC beneficiaries.

The second is for those who receive amounts above that, even if it is just a few reais. Therefore, check the list of dates below.

A minimum wage

February 23 – NIS ending number February 126 – NIS ending number February 227 – NIS ending number February 328 – NIS ending number 429 February – NIS ending number March 51 – NIS ending number 64 March – NIS ending number March 75 – NIS ending number March 86 – NIS ending number March 97 – NIS ending number 0

Salary above minimum

March 1st – NIS ending number March 1 and 64 – NIS ending number March 2 and 75 – NIS ending number March 3 and 86 – NIS ending number March 4 and 97 – NIS ending number 5 and 0

How to stay up to date with updates?

Staying up to date with INSS news is crucial to ensure you don’t miss out on any benefits. Furthermore, it is important to know if everything is ok with your data.

The Meu INSS app (Android: or iOS: is the official tool to follow all updates and ensure that you are up to date with all your rights.

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