At the end of September, Caixa Econômica Federal completed the transfers corresponding to earnings From the employee termination compensation fund – FGTS. In all, 88.6 million workers have credits in their FGTS accounts. The amount Caixa distributed from these profits was R$8,129.
The transferred amounts correspond to the net income for 2020 and constitute 96% of the total amount. However, it is important to understand that such funds cannot simply be withdrawn after depositing. in a Withdrawal rules They remain as previously permitted by law.
There are options to withdraw part of the balance during the birthday of the withdrawal for those who have already joined and can withdraw in the month of birth. In total, the Caixa Econômica Federal Group amounted to R$8.467 billion last year. Those with a balance until December 31 of the respective year received the share of the earned profit.
It is noteworthy that everyone who has more than one FGTS account receives the corresponding amount in each of them. To access the amount deposited and the check, it is necessary to double the FGTS balance until August 31, 2020 at 0.01863517.
How to check the balance
To check the balance and see how much has been deposited into your FGTS account, the operator can use Application From FGTS, it is freely available for Android and IOS platforms.
After downloading the app, all you have to do is log in with your CPF data and password to get detailed access to the deposits made. It is also possible to conduct counseling through the statement, and order directly from Caixa Econômica Federal.
When is it possible to withdraw?
The fact that the amount of FGTS earnings was transferred by Caixa to the accounts of workers, in turn, does not indicate that it can be withdrawn. The rules remain the same, in other words, unfair dismissal, home financing, cases of certain chronic diseases, among others.
It is also possible to choose a file birthday loot Where a portion can be withdrawn on the anniversary date or two months later.
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