Yes, but child support received must be reported to Social Security (or it's fraud).
Disability payments are Social Security Payments. When a person reaches full retirement age (66), the payments continue as normal, but are no longer considered disability payments. A person does not receive two payments.
In the UK it is your responsibility to file a tax return if you think you may owe tax but you won't have to pay any tax on child maintenance payments you receive in the UK. Similarly in the US The person paying child support cannot deduct those payments on a tax return and child support is not included in the income of the person getting the payments.
No. A person who lives for more than 30 days in a tax-supported facility, like jail, prison or a nursing home, cannot receive Social Security benefits. If the person is later released, he or she can begin receiving payments again, but will not be paid back benefits for the time spent incarcerated.
The average for October, 2012 was $1,111.09. Payments are based on the disabled individual's work history (in essence, how much they've paid into the social security system). The disability benefit is based on the benefit at full retirement age regardless of the age of the disabled person. While a 35-year-old person declared disabled will receive Social Security payments as if they had reached full retirement age (66), they have not paid into the system as long, so the actual payment will be lower than if they had worked their entire life with periodic increase in salary. The younger the person is, the less they have paid into the system, thus, the less they receive in disability payments.
Receipt of Social Security (versus SSI) does not relieve one of a support obligation. However, the child's allotment, if any, counts as support just as if you had paid it yourself. But a motion to modify needs to be filed. see links below
disability ,then social security
Arrears would continue to accumulate and regular payments plus arrears would resume once released from jail.
not everyone. No basically it is for people who didn't get the last one. According to the AARP website, the stimulus payments of $250 per person or $500 per couple to retirees and other Social Security beneficiaries will be sent out in May. If you normally receive your Social Security payments by mail, you will receive a paper check in the mail and if you normally have your funds direct deposited, your payment will be transmitted electronically to you bank account.
The person does not receive SSDI anymore, they receive general old age social security.
IF by S.S. you are referring to social security the payments stop when the person is deceased. Surviving children and spouses are entitled to payments depending on the age and circumstances
According to the AARP website, the stimulus payments of $250 per person or $500 per couple to retirees and other Social Security beneficiaries will be sent out in May. If you normally receive your Social Security payments by mail, you will receive a paper check in the mail and if you normally have your funds direct deposited, your payment will be transmitted electronically to you bank account. Other government retirees, such as Federal and State, will qualify but might have to wait and file their 2009 tax returns to get their payment.
The first person to receive a social security number is actually unknown. See Related Links.
The father is ordered to pay child support to the department in charge of support payment disbursements in their state of residence. If a person assumes legal guardianship of a child, they may apply for modification in how those payments are disbursed if they aren't already collecting them or the order states they are to receive them, otherwise, they will continue to go to the person indicated on the original support agreement.
Only if the person works and has paid into Social Security.
Yes, if you are eligible for Social Security benefits, you will still receive your benefits. According to the Social Security Administration, the person incarcerated will not receive monthly Social Security benefits, but benefits to their spouse or children will continue as long as those dependents remain eligible.
Yes you can.
A felon may receive SSDI benefits if he or she is not incarcerated for more than 30 days and has no outstanding warrants. Social Security will not pay cash benefits to anyone living in a prison, jail, nursing home or other tax-supported facility; however, if the person remains eligible for disability under SSA guidelines, payments resume after release. Payees are not entitled to back benefits for the time spent incarcerated.
The only way for an individual to determine if another person receives Social Security benefits is to obtain a court order. Be aware that a judge would only issue an order if there's a compelling and legal reason for you to have such private information, like collecting back alimony or child support payments. If you are owed alimony or child support from someone you suspect is collecting Social Security benefits, you need to consult with an attorney.
You sue the person for child support. Just because you pay child support for one child does not mean you can not receive child support for the one you have custody of.
There is a punishment for not paying child support in Georgia. Typically, the authorities will take away the drivers license of the person who is not paying their child support payments. If the person continues not to pay, they will be arrested.
payments to x-spouse from retirement after x-spouse has remarried is this legal in Washington state
Yes, unless the incarcerated person gets a court motion to suspend payments during the incarceration.