A primeira parcela do 13º salário dos beneficiários do Instituto Nacional de Seguro Social (INSS) começa a ser depositada nesta quinta (25) e será creditada juntamente com o pagamento regular do benefício mensal.   Anualmente, este abono é pago entre agosto e novembro. Contudo, a antecipação do pagamento foi assinada pelo presidente Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva em 4 de maio.

Os primeiros a receber os créditos são os beneficiários quem ganham até um salário-mínimo e possuem o Número de Identificação Social (NIS) com final 1. A partir de 1º de junho, começarão a receber aqueles que ganham mais que o piso nacional e têm cartão do NIS com final de inscrição 1 e 6. Todos os pagamentos vão ser feitos até 7 de junho.

Desde 1º de maio, o piso previdenciário é de R$ 1.320,00. E o teto dos benefícios pagos pelo INSS continua sendo R$ 7.507,49.


Ao todo, o investimento federal será de R$ 62,6 bilhões e vai beneficiar mais de 38 milhões de segurados da Previdência Social. De acordo com INSS, o 13º salário do INSS é depositado a aposentados e pensionistas por morte, além daqueles que tenham recebido, neste ano, auxílio por incapacidade temporária, auxílio-acidente ou auxílio-reclusão. Por lei, não têm direito ao 13º salário do INSS os segurados que recebem benefícios assistenciais.

A primeira parcela do 13º salário é isenta de descontos de impostos. Somente na segunda parcela incide a tributação.

A consulta ao valor da primeira parcela do 13º salário pode ser feita pelo aplicativo ou site Meu INSS. (COM AGENCIA BRASIL)


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