When will the emergency withdrawal of FGTS be released? See expectations

When will the emergency withdrawal of FGTS be released?  See expectations

The emergency withdrawal of FGTS It was launched in 2020 and aims to serve CLT workers who have balance in fund accounts. The total amount of the ransom is the minimum wage at the most and can be released to those who are still working, or who have already left the company. Thus, the primary criterion is having a balance in FGTS accounts.

As the pandemic persists, the measure will likely also be released this year. Bearing in mind that it has already been identified in the package of measures to deal with the crisis since 2020.

However, according to the Ministry of Economy, a new round of benefit will not harm the Union’s accounts, that is, it will not add more debts to the public treasury, because the distributed amount arises from the balance of the workers ’rights.

When will the withdrawal be released?

The Federal Senate intends to release another round of payments from Cash out in emergency situations From the Seniority Guarantee Fund (FGTS). However, as of now, there is no specific release date for the feature.

With action already anticipated in the package of initiatives to contain the economic and health crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, there is a high probability that a balance can be struck this year.

Workers expect that this measure will be released in the first half of 2021. Therefore, if it is possible by the end of June, the balance will accrue more, and be able to increase the worker benefit at the time of the interest withdrawal. Citizens hacked into 2020 with very little reserves in the fund.

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