New Withdrawal of PIS/Pasep payments released this Wednesday


Caixa Econômica Federal informed that the new round of PIS/Pasep payments started this Wednesday (20/23). Based on these data, quotas corresponding to presiccation from birth to 2012 are being made available.

This initiative aims to strengthen the acquisition of income by Brazilian workers, expanding access to low-cost financing.

Payments will be made to shareholders regularly registered in the General Register of Employed and Unemployed (Caged). The most recent available values will be deposited.

Who can receive? PIS/Pasep of 2023

The Social Integration Program (PIS) and the Public Servant Asset Formation Program (PASEP) are social programs that consist of a transfer of resources from the Union to workers who work in private or public companies.


The 2023 PIS/Pasep will benefit millions of workers who buy certain requirements. Below is a list of who can receive the benefit in 2023:

  • Workers with a formal contract in a private company or domestic servants, with employees earning up to 2 minimum wages;
  • Civil servant, statutory or commissioned, who worked for at least 30 days in 2021 and received a salary equal to or less than 2 SM.
  • Informal or self-employed workers who had tax-free income up to R$ 22,847.76 in 2021;
  • Social Security member workers with annual gross income of up to R$ 22,847.76 paid between January and December 2021 in whole or in part;
  • Expatriate workers, including Brazilians studying abroad, provided that the monthly salary is equal to or less than 2 SM.
  • Disabled workers who contributed at least 12 months to PIS/Pasep between January and December 2021.
  • Workers in the culture and sports and leisure sectors who contributed to the PIS/PASEP between January and December 2021.
  • Workers never enrolled in the PIS/PASEP who have contributed between January and December 2021.
  • Land reform workers who buy the requirements established by the Ministry of Agrarian Development.

Who is not entitled to the PIS benefit in 2023

Foreign workers who carry out work activities in the national territory without any legal bond;

Any worker who has not contributed to the Worker Support Fund (FAT) or the Social Integration Program (PIS);

Workers who receive rewards greater than two national minimum wages.

How Payments are and how they are defined by PIS/PASEP in 2023

PIS/PASEP is a salary supplement program for Brazilian workers, financed by the Federal Government. Its allocation comes from 1971, being one of the forms of aid that work, and from the date of 2023 there will be adjustments in the selection of who may be entitled to its benefit.

The definition of the 2023 dates concerns the minimum contribution of at least 09 (nine) calendar months within the 12 (twelve) months preceding the reference month to obtain the right to the benefit. This is one of the requirements protected by the INSS – National Institute of Social Security.

It is worth mentioning that, as previously mentioned, to be entitled to the 2023 PIS/PASEP, it is necessary to have worked for at least 9 months, but a contribution must also have been made within that period.

This means that, in order to exercise their right, it is obligatorily necessary for the worker to have contributed during all the reference months to the INSS.

To do so, you should check on the Caixa Econômica Federal website which are the reference days for the 2023 benefit. In them, you can inform the reference events in which contributions should be made.

In addition, it is also necessary to have access to the number of contributions in the selected period.

PIS payment calendar, carried out by Caixa Econômica Federal, 2023

See the PASEP payment calendar, carried out by Banco do Brasil 2023