Can you claim mother if her pension is 3800 yearly?
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death pension claims
My dad was married in Mexico and never told my mother. My parents were married in the U.S.Now my father passed away and his first wife wants to claim his social security pension. who has the right?
I really don't know the answer but I have a comment. I am in the same situation, my husband had a "shot gun" wedding in Mexico in 1991, I think. We were married here in the U…S in 2004, his "ex-wife" still lives with his mother which am guessing because he never divorced her, wouldn't the county pick up that he was already married? I believe she got her legal status because of him, so she had to state somewhere on a legal document that he was married?
you need to contact the financial company that handles your pension fund
Former spouses have no right to their former spouse's pension. Claiming such would be fraud. Added: If you are referring to a Canadian GOVERNMENT pension, you may wish to …contact the agency for which he worked. It may not be the same - but in the US, if an ex-wife qualifies she can receive a percentage of her ex-husbands pension equal to the numbers of years they were married while he worked for the government. You should REALLY check this possibility with an attorney skilled in that area of law practice.
Sure you do have to report the pension amount on your 1040 federal income tax return and the taxable amount of the distribution will be taxed to you in the same way that it wa…s taxed to the deceased taxpayer.
If you supply over half of all her needs and she doesn't not claim herself.
Does this mean can you deduct contributions to a traditional individual retirement account (IRA) on your federal 1040 income tax return. If that is what this is about the answ…er would be yes if you meet all of the necessary rules to be a qualified taxpayer and make the qualified contribution amounts to your IRA account. Go the IRS gov website and use the search box for Publication 590 to read all of the rules that you would follow to do this correctly.
If it is a debt, you file the claim with the executor. Otherwise you should receive your inheritance when the estate is resolved.
You are supposed to report any income you receive. It it's exempt from reporting, they'll tell you. If you should have reported an income, there could be serious consequences.…
sent letters must do it ok
A complicated question. Mostly, it depends on how dad's pension was set up when dad began working. It also depends on whether mum and dad were living together when dad died.
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Contact the DWP in Newcastle.
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In World War 2
If you mean the big four countries ( U.S.A China etc) well they ruled them selfs but Adolf Hitler ruled Germany, France Austria and many other countries
pensions cannot be garnisheed
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