INSS throws a bucket of COLD water on beneficiaries: will payment be DELAYED?

The INSS recently revealed that an important payment will not be made in advance. Therefore, it is necessary for beneficiaries to pay attention to the current dates.

In 2024, INSS beneficiaries face a significant change: the advance of an important payment, a common practice in recent years, will not occur.

This change directly affects retirees and pensioners who became accustomed to the advance of their Christmas bonus between April and May, a measure adopted since 2020 as a form of support during the COVID-19 pandemic. Understand!

The INSS revealed that payments for an important benefit will not come out sooner. Check out! / Credit: @jeanedeoliveirafotografia / pronatec.pro.br

Return to the traditional INSS calendar

Initially, the National Social Security Institute (INSS) announced that, this year, the payment schedule will return to the pre-pandemic standard. In other words, this means that the first installment of the 13th will be deposited in August, and the second, in November.

Therefore, this news represents a blow to many who were counting on this financial resource in the first half of the year.

Impact on beneficiaries

Furthermore, the transfers of the 13th salary from the INSS directly impact around 32.5 million Brazilians, with an estimated R$62.7 billion in circulation.

The change in calendar requires planning and financial adjustments on the part of beneficiaries, who will need to reorganize their personal and family budgets without counting on the previously expected advance.

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What are INSS payments like now?

In short, as there will be no anticipation, the dates will follow a traditional pattern, as in the past. Remembering that there are two delivery stages.

Furthermore, there are two distinct groups of people who receive the amounts. Therefore, INSS 13th salary payments will be made as follows.

First installment for a salary

End of benefit 1: August 26th;End of benefit 2: August 27th;End of benefit 3: August 28th;End of benefit 4: August 29th;End of benefit 5: August 30th; End of benefit 6: September 2nd;End of benefit 7: September 3rd;End of benefit 8: September 4th;End of benefit 9: September 5th;End of benefit 0: September 6th.

First installment for more than one salary

End of benefit 1 and 6: September 2nd;End of benefit 2 and 7: September 3rd;End of benefit 3 and 8: September 4th;End of benefit 4 and 9: September 5th;End of benefit 5 and 0: September 6th.

Second installment for a salary

End of benefit 1: November 25th;End of benefit 2: November 26th;End of benefit 3: November 27th;End of benefit 4: November 28th;End of benefit 5: November 29th; End of benefit 6: December 2nd;End of benefit 7: December 3rd;End of benefit 8: December 4th;End of benefit 9: December 5th;End of benefit 0: December 6th.

Second installment for more than one salary

End of benefit 1 and 6: December 2nd;End of benefit 2 and 7: December 3rd;End of benefit 3 and 8: December 4th;End of benefit 4 and 9: December 5th;End of benefit 5 and 0: December 6th.

Pay attention to INSS reports

Finally, this change highlights the importance of paying attention to official INSS communications and planning personal finances in advance.

Although the anticipation of the 13th has been a welcome help in recent years, it is essential to adapt to changes and ensure effective financial management given the new calendar.

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