All about MEI - Microentrepreneur
Does MEI receive PIS credit?
Um individual microentrepreneur who does not carry out other activities, is not entitled to receive PIS salary bonus for not having a signed contract. If he has a formal contract and the MEI as a secondary activity, can receive if it is framed in the rules of the Federal Savings Bank.
According to the CEF, workers who meet the following points are entitled to the PIS salary bonus:
- Registration in PIS / PASEP for at least 5 years
- Have received from a PIS / PASEP taxpayer employer with average earnings of up to two minimum wages during the base year considered to calculate the benefit
- Have exercised paid activity for at least 30 consecutive days in the base year of the determination
- Have your data correctly provided by the employer in the RAIS (Annual Social Information Ratio) for the base year
Simplifying the rules, those who have been working for at least 5 years are entitled to the benefit. having received up to 2 minimum monthly wages (on average) and exercised remunerated activity for 30 consecutive days in the base year of PIS calculation.
In this way, the MEI will not be entitled to the PIS allowance. Unless you have divided your entrepreneurial roles with paid activity via a formal contract.
However, for this right to be effective, in the base year of calculation the average monthly income can not exceed two minimum wages. That is, if the salary was signed and the income as MEI exceeds this mark, there is no right to pay salary.
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