Caixa Econômica Federal reports that about 10.6 million Brazilians have yet to recover more than the 23.5 billion Rls they are entitled to. The deadline for withdrawing this jackpot referring to PIS / Pasep . Fund Shares It runs until June 1, 2025.
Money is the right of employees who worked on an official contract between 1971 and October 4, 1988. Only citizens registered with the fund PIS / Pasep Those who have not yet withdrawn the balance from their individual sharing accounts can request income.
Withdrawals are available at Caixa ATMs, Caixa Aqui Correspondents and Sweepstakes, using the Citizen Card. Those who do not have the card should look for a branch of the State Bank. In the event of the shareholder’s death, his heirs are entitled to redemption.
“Forgotten” sources of funds
In addition to the stakes of PIS / Pasep, he owns millions of people Receivables in other sources. Meet four of them:
1. Salary allowance
More than R$280.5 million in PIS/Pasep salary allowances were not withdrawn by 320,000 workers in 2020. Those who did not request the funds will have a new opportunity to do so as of March 31. To consult, access the Digital Work Card app and call 158
2. Amounts receivable from banks
The central bank launched a the system To see “forgotten” values by individuals and legal entities in financial institutions. Simply go to the website valorareceber.bcb.gov.br and enter the required data. Fund transfer requests will be approved from March 7.
3. FGTS Withdrawal
Millions of formal workers have been suspended in their FGTS accounts. Money is released not only in case of dismissal without just cause, but also in cases of public disasters, serious illnesses, when a citizen has been unemployed for more than three years, among other possibilities.
4. Income tax refund
Many taxpayers may also have forgotten about the IR return. When there is an error processing a file ReplyThe citizen receives a message that the values are “available for rescheduling”. The solution is to contact Banco do Brasil to receive the funds.
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