All about PIS 2023

The PIS 2023 payment schedule for the base year of 2021 is defined by the federal government and this year would be no different.

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It will be held on February 15th of next year and will run until December 17th of the same year.

The proposal for these dates was made by the Deliberative Council of the Amparo Fund and will be accepted or not until next Thursday (15).

The entire payment of the Abono must begin on July 17th, with two batches being paid each month and will be available until December 28th, 2023.

The 2023 Social Integration Program (PIS), which is aimed at workers who use the private sector, will be carried out according to the month of each employee's birthday. 

For example, those who were born in January or February should receive the payment release in February, while for those born in March or April, it will be until March 15th.

To understand better, you can see the table for each month.

So if you are having doubts about this subject, continue reading this article to understand better.

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What is the PIS 2023 table?

The PIS 2023 table will start in February if the entire schedule is as desired.

So to better understand how it will be carried out, according to the month of birth of each worker, just see the table below.

  • January: will start on 15/02/2023
  • February: will start on 15/02/2023
  • March: will start on 15/03/2023
  • April: will start on 15/03/2023
  • May: will start on 15/04/2023
  • June: will start on 15/04/2023
  • July: will start on 17/05/2023
  • August: will start on 17/05/2023
  • September: will start on 15/06/2023
  • October: will start on 15/06/2023
  • November: will start on 17/07/2023
  • December: will start on 17/07/2023

Remembering that payments will only be available until December 28th of the same year.

As for the Civil Servant Asset Formation Program (Pasep), which works only for civil servants, the payment schedule may change a little, but it also starts on February 15th. 

However, the schedule was created according to the beneficiary's final registration number.

See how the table looks according to the final registration number:

  • 0: will start on 15/02/2023
  • 1: will start on 15/03/2023
  • 2: will start on 17/04/2023
  • 3: will start on 17/04/2023 
  • 4: will start on 15/05/2023
  • 5: will start on 15/05/2023
  • 6: will start on 15/06/2023
  • 7: will start on 15/06/2023
  • 8: will start on 17/07/2023
  • 9: will start on 17/07/2023

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