PIS 2022 calendar and new Pasep may change on Friday (7); See dates, paytable and latest news


the PIS / Pasep 2022 Payment starts early this year and beneficiaries I can’t wait to schedule to receive this Money. So, Evaluation Du PIS / Pasep 2022 Cause a lot of expectations [Saiba mais sobre o calendário abaixo]

New calendar PIS 2022 and Pasep

One Evaluation Payments Du PIS / Pasep 2022 It has already been released, but that came from a proposal made by the federal government, which is supposed to be voted on Friday (7), by the Advisory Board of the Workers’ Support Fund (Codefat).

According to Sérgio Luiz Leite, Força Sindical’s representative at Codefat, the proposal will be submitted for a vote by Council members.

In other words, if this calendar is not approved, a new PIS/Pasep 2022 calendar will still have to be released in the coming weeks.

PIS 2022 Payment Schedule

The PIS 2022 calendar begins on February 8, for workers born in January, and continues with new releases until March 31, when the filing is made for those born in December.

You can check all PIS / Pasep 2022 calendar dates to birth month And understand better by clicking here.

Pasep 2022 الدفع Payment Schedule

Following the same pattern of the PIS 2022 calendar for those born in February, those recipients receive on February 10, 2022.

PIS 2022 and Pasep . Schedule

The feature has a value that is calculated proportionally to the number of working months in the base year (2020). Below, you can check the table of values:

  • Work for one month – 101 BRL
  • Two working months – 202 BRL
  • 3 working months – 303 BRL
  • 4 months working – 404 BRL
  • 5 working months – R$505
  • 6 months working – 606 BRL
  • Worked for 7 months – 707 BRL
  • 8 working months – 808 BRL
  • 9 working months – 909 BRL
  • 10 working months – 1010 BRL
  • 11 working months – 1111 BRL
  • Employed for 12 months – 1,212 BRL
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