Government intends to extend Desenrola Brasil until May 20th

Government intends to extend Desenrola Brasil until May 20th


Desenrola Brasil Program was launched in July 2023 to facilitate debt renegotiation.| Photo: Marco Jean/Pixabay

The federal government will extend, for the second time, the Desenrola Brasil Program, which facilitates the renegotiation of debts of defaulting individuals. The provisional measure extending the program is scheduled to be published in the Official Gazette of the Union this Thursday (28), according to information from the Ministry of Finance.

The renegotiations were supposed to end in December last year, but were extended until March 31st. With the new extension until May 20th, the government wants to expand people’s access, after unifying Desenrola with bank applications, Serasa Limpa Nome and Caixa Tem. At the beginning of this month, the government also made it possible to negotiate debts from the Desenrola Brasil and Serasa program at Correios branches.

The extension will only apply to Range 1 of Desenrola, aimed at people with an income of up to two minimum wages or registered in the Single Registry for Social Programs (CadÚnico) of the Federal Government and with debts of up to R$20,000. Renegotiations for this category began in October.

The Desenrola Brasil program began in mid-July last year and focuses on encouraging the renegotiation of private debts of individuals registered in defaulter registers, seeking to reduce debt and facilitate access to the credit market. In the first phase, people with a monthly income between R$2,640 and R$20,000 and no debt limit. Negotiations are made directly between clients and institutions.


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