Retirees and pensioners of the INSS (National Institute of Social Security) begin to receive this Thursday (24) the second installment of the 13th salary. Deposits are valid until the 5th of July. The dates are distributed according to the final digit of the benefit, starting with the end 1 policyholders and ending with the end 0 policyholders.
The dates apply to those who receive pensions, benefits and pensions of up to a minimum wage.
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For those who earn above the minimum, the calendar is different. The first installment was paid between June 1st and June 8th; and the second will be paid from 1st to 7th July.
They start to receive policyholders from end 1 and 6, moving to 2 and 7 the next day and ending at end 9 and 0. The dates are being informed on the website and in the Meu INSS application.
The first installment of the 13th installment was exempt from Income Tax and is equivalent to half of the gross monthly benefit paid by the INSS. The tax will be charged in the second installment.
Taxation varies by age. Insured persons up to 64 years of age pay Income Tax if they receive more than R$1,903.98. From 65 years onwards, taxation is only charged if the benefit exceeds R$3,807.96.
The thirteenth anticipation decree for retirees and pensioners was published on May 4th. According to the Ministry of Economy, the measure should inject around R$ 52.7 billion into the country’s economy and will have no budgetary impact, as it is only a change in the payment date.
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