This Monday, September 28, two other new groups will receive the fourth installment of R $ 600 emergency aid. Beneficiaries born in October and in November will receive the money in a social savings account from Caixa Econômica Federal.
Currently, the fourth installment receives beneficiaries who started receiving emergency aid in May. This group must receive three of the four installments of R $ 300 of the residual emergency aid.
From October 20, those born in October will be able to withdraw in kind. Those born in November will be able to do it from October 22nd. Check out the two complete schedules below.
Payment of the fourth installment
- August 28: born in January
- September 2: born in February
- September 4: born in March
- September 9: born in April
- September 11: born in May
- September 16: born in June
- September 18: born in July
- September 23: born in August
- September 25: born in September
- September 28: born in October
- September 28: born in November
- September 30: born in December
Withdrawal and transfer of the 4th installment
- September 19: born in January
- September 22: born in February
- September 29: born in March
- October 1: born in April
- October 3: born in May
- October 6: born in June
- October 8: born in July
- October 13: born in August
- October 15: born in September
- October 20: born in October
- October 22: born in November
- October 27: born in December
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Aid extended until December
President Jair Bolsonaro announced the extension of emergency aid for four months in the amount of R $ 300. The extension of the aid has already been made official through a provisional measure and will now have to be approved by deputies and senators in the National Congress.
“It is not often enough for all needs, but it basically does it. The amount just defined is just over 50% of the Bolsa Família value. So, we decided here, even taking into account the economy over fiscal responsibility, to set it at R $ 300 ”, said Bolsonaro.
This year, the Executive deposited five installments of R $ 600 for aid beneficiaries, aiming to help low-income Brazilians, informal workers, MEIs, self-employed and unemployed.
President Jair Bolsonaro had already informed about the reduction of the benefit amount and argues that, if the amount may seem little to Brazilians affected by the pandemic, “it is a lot for those who pay, in this case, Brazil”.
According to calculations made by the economic team, the monthly cost of the benefit was R $ 50 billion per month during the first phase of the program.
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