- Workers will receive the first installment of their 13th salary by Thursday, November 30th
- This first payment is not eligible for discounts, but the entire benefit is subject to tax.
- The second installment is due by December 20th. In this case, IR and INSS contributions will be deducted.
Workers will receive the first payment of their 13th salary by Thursday, the 30th of this month. This first payment is not eligible for discounts, but the entire benefit is subject to tax.
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The benefit is limited to employees within the Consolidated Labor Law (CLT) and must be paid in full by the end of December.
For payments due by November 30, employees will receive 50% of their gross salary without deductions. Other compensation such as overtime pay, bonuses, and commission pay will also be paid.
The second installment is due by December 20th. Income tax (IR) and contributions from the National Institute of Social Security (INSS) are deducted.
To receive this benefit, you must have a formal contract and work at least 15 days a year. In this case, the worker will receive her one month’s worth of work as a contribution.
The amount of the 13th salary is equal to one-twelfth of the worker’s monthly salary multiplied by the number of months of work. In other words, if a worker earns R$5,000 a month and she worked for 12 months, she must receive R$5,000.
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