2021 emergency aid: CAIXA will make a new payment ON THIS Wednesday, 06

the week of emergency aid started full steam ahead. After making three releases since last Monday, October 4th, CAIXA will continue with payments this Wednesday, October 6th. The new batch is part of the release of withdrawals from the 6th installment of the benefit. After completing the deposits in the social accounts, the bank will now release the cash withdrawal.

See also: Extended food aid in the amount of R$70; see how to receive

in this Wednesday, October 6th, the bank will release the benefit in kind to informal workers enrolled in the aid via the website or CadÚnico and who are born in April. The deposit for this group of workers took place on September 24th.

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See below the schedule of the 6th installment of emergency aid for the general public:

Birth month

Pay day

Withdrawals and Transfers

January

September 21st

October 4th

February

September 22

October 5th

March

September 23th

October 5th

April

September 24th

October 6th

May

september 25th

October 8th

June

september 26th

October 11th

July

September 28th

October 13

August

September 29th

October 14

September

September 30th

October 15th

October

October 1st

october 18th

November

October 2nd

October 19th

December

October 3rd

October 19th

It is important to remember that workers can clarify their doubts through the Caixa 111 call center, which operates from Monday to Sunday, from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm. In addition, there is information on the website of the Federal Savings Bank. It is also possible to consult the assistance page on the Caixa website or the assistance consultation page on the Ministry of Citizenship website.

Emergency assistance and another extension of the benefit

The 7th installment of the emergency aid will, until then, be the last of the benefit. But in recent days, the possibility of another extension of the benefit has grown considerably. During this week, the Minister of Economy, Paulo Guedes, signaled that the benefit will be extended for a longer period. The statement was given at a ceremony at the Palácio do Planalto and the information is from Agência o Globo. See what Guedes said:

“Minister Tarcísio (from Freitas, from Infrastructure) is going to sell another 22 airports. Minister Rogério Marinho (of Regional Development) is going to complete the works. Minister João Roma will extend emergency aid. We are a team rowing through Brazil”, said Guedes.

And it’s not just minister Paulo Guedes. President Jair Bolsonaro is also in favor of extending emergency aid longer. In a speech in Bahia, the president said that Brazil is a rich country and could “meet the most needy for a longer time”.

“We have to work, yes, to serve those who have not yet returned to the job market. Brazil is big, Brazil is prosperous. We have a rich country and we can serve those most in need for a while longer and we ask God that this pandemic goes away soon and we can all get back to normal soon”, declared the president during his speech.

According to press reports, there are already members of the Government in favor of extending emergency aid for another six months. If that happens, the program would therefore end up entering the year 2022. And it could come even closer to the 2022 elections. The assessment is that this could be good for the government of President Jair Bolsonaro.

Criteria for receiving emergency aid

If it happens but one extension of 6 installments of emergency aid, CAIXA must require, in order to receive the benefit, some necessary criteria. According to the current format of the assistance program, it will be necessary to:

  • Have a total family income of up to three minimum wages (R$ 3,300);
  • It will only be allowed the payment of one quota per family group;
  • Be over 18 years old;
  • Do not have any formal employment relationship;
  • Not having taxable income above BRL 28,559.70 or exempt income above BRL 40,000 and not owning assets worth more than BRL 300,000 at the end of 2019;
  • Medical residents, multiprofessionals, scholarship recipients, interns and the like are excluded;
  • Also excluded are people who received any type of social security, assistance or labor benefit or government income transfer in 2020, with the exception of Bolsa Família and salary bonuses.

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