Anyone who holds a Social Security Card at the time of their death will be listed on the Social Security Death Index.
check with social security adminstration office.
If no beneficiary is listed on an insurance policy the proceeds will be paid to the decedent/owner's estate.
It should be listed as FICA. Listed next to Federal and State withholding, you'll also see FICA - that is your contribution to Social Security.
If the first person who is listed as the beneficiary does not want the payment it will go to the second person listed. If there is no second person listed it will go to the spouse.
Legally and contractually the named beneficiary is the beneficiary.
I only found three listed, accident, disability and social security.
Sure you can just be sure and enter your name correctly as it listed on your social security card and your social security number correctly from your social security card. And it does not make any difference who is listed first as the primary taxpayer on the 1040 federal income tax return.
You need be be listed as "power of attorney" for her.
A person listed as a beneficiary is the receiver of any proceeds from an insurance policy. They are normally named in the policy document or can be named in a will.
You are entitled to no proceeds from the life policy if the beneficiary or contingent beneficiary is still alive.
No, he's dead that's why he's listed on there.
No...each child must have a Social Security number listed on the tax return.
Georgia has nothing to do with it, Social Security is Federal. I believe you can collect until 21 or 24 as long as you are in school. You can call Social Security and ask. There will be a phone number listed in the phone book or you can ask online.
Yes, the benefciary overrides a will.
Generally, the proceeds will be paid to the named beneficiary. However, the survivor should discuss the situation with an attorney.
For an insurance policy and/or retirement benefits it goes to the beneficiary designated. For a will, there could be grounds to contest it.
No it is not. The beneficiary information is listed on the policy and with the home office of the insurance company, but there is no reporting of it elsewhere.
No, an ex-spouse can't collect a deceased husbands insurance if the first wife is listed as beneficiary even if the fist wife is now deceased. The money will go to the beneficiary's heirs.
The word beneficiary is a noun but is also used as an adjective. Examples: Noun: You are listed as the beneficiary on your Aunt Alice's life insurance. Adjective: The beneficiary result of saving your money is that you can afford that vacation.
It will go to the alternate beneficiary, if one is listed if not it will be paid to the estate to be distributed in the same way as any other money in the estate.
If no beneficiary is listed on a life insurance policy then the benefits are payable to the insured's estate. The beneficiary can be changed at any time prior to the death of the insured if this is the person's desire.
If you are the insured you can change the beneficiary at any time as long as it is not an irrivocable beneficiary and there is insurable interest
IF you are still the beneficiary on file for your ex-spouse then you are legally entitled to that money. If there was an updated beneficiary that lists other people as the beneficiary then you are not. On caveat is if you are listed as the beneficiary and the ex-spouse has a will in place that leaves the account to someone else, then you are not entitled.
Are the children the beneficiary's of the Annuity? Annuity's are like Life insurance, they have named beneficiary's listed in the contract. If the children are listed, then yes they are going to benefit from this account.