Can you be listed as a beneficiary even if your Social Security number is not written on the policy?
Can the 1st listed beneficiary deny receiving the death payment If so will the 2nd listed beneficiary receive the money?
If you are not listed as a beneficiary on your fathers life insurance policy are you entitled to anything?
In the state of Georgia will you be able to continue drawing social security from the death of a parent after high school graduation if i attend college?
If the person that dies listed a beneficiary instead of a son do the benefits go to the beneficiary or the son?
What does it mean when the beneficiary of a life insurance policy is the employer but there's a surviving spouse who is not listed as a beneficiary?
If the person listed beneficiary on a life insurance policy is deceased will it automatically go to the current wife?
You have your children listed on your life insurance policy if you get married will the benificiary's change?
What if a spouse dies and you may be a beneficiary to their 401k but you divorced 10 years ago are you still eligble?
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.
Can you open a checking account for your dad who is disabled and can not make it to the bank and deposit his retirement and social security checks for him every month?
If there is a policy on your life the person currently listed as the beneficiary will be paid upon your death. The person listed as the owner of the policy is the only one who has the right to change the beneficiary. Usually the owner and insured are the same person but not always. You may wish to check on this and change the beneficiary if your situation has changed.
No. Your Social Security income will usually not be listed under the types of income that can be garnished but wages and tax returns etc can. If you are only receiving Social Security, you may be eligible for some type of financial hardship deferment or alternative payment arrangement to pay off your students loans. You should contact your lender to discuss the options.
No. Form W-9 is Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification. Everyone listed on a tax return must have either a Social Security Number or an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN). If you're not eligible to receive a Social Security number from the Social Security Administration, then you must apply to the IRS by way of Form W-9 for the IRS to assign an ITIN to you.
Is it true that if you have been convicted of a felony that you cannot be in charge of a minor's social security?
It is not a question of refusing responsibility. The beneficiary is the person or institution designated to receive proceeds upon the death of the insured. He/she/it has no obligation to pay future premiums. However, the beneficiary is free to decline the proceeds in which case they will be paid to a contingent beneficiary listed in the policy; in none, the proceeds will be paid to the insured's estate.
Check with the holder to see if a beneficiary was listed for the account. If no beneficiary was listed then the annuity was owned by the decedent and their estate must be probated. The duly appointed estate representative will have the authority to distribute the funds (by Will or the laws of intestacy) once any debts of the estate have been paid.
Yes. If the CD is the sole property of the decedent with no beneficiary listed the estate must be reopened with a newly appointed estate representative to collect and distribute the remaining property. Yes. If the CD is the sole property of the decedent with no beneficiary listed the estate must be reopened with a newly appointed estate representative to collect and distribute the remaining property. Yes. If the CD is the sole property of…
Can ex-spouse collect deceased husbands insurance if first deceased wife name is still listed as beneficiary?
If an ex-spouse is listed as beneficiary on a life insurance policy does that person remain the beneficiary and receive the money in the state of Georgia?
Generally, yes. A person must be careful to change the name of the beneficiary on their life insurance after a divorce of death of the named beneficiary. You should consult with the attorney who represented the decedent in the divorce to determine the law in your state and whether the divorce decree extinguished the ex-spouse as the beneficiary.
It appears this may refer to SocialSecurity211.com. It is a website that lists free stuff for seniors. Of course, anything on that site should be checked out with the Social Security site. The site is listed under Related Links below. How can I get more money from my SSD? DON'T GO THERE! It is a spam website! Don't give them any information.
When an insurance company states an individual is the beneficiary when the individual was never listed on the policy what steps need to be taken in this situation?
Can you be on the chex system if you have some bounced checks if the bank has your driver's license but not your social security?
What happens to a spouse when an ex girlfriend is left as the beneficiary on an old life insurance policy?
It is the responsibility of the person holding the life insurance policy to keep the beneficiary data updated as necessary. In the scenario in the question, the ex girlfriend was listed as the beneficiary ... and will be awarded the proceeds from the policy. Unfortunately, there is little the spouse can do to stop that. The beneficiary designation is binding and will hold up in a court of law.
The date of birth should not be incorrect on an arrest warrant. A persons date of birth, social security number, and description are key pieces of information needed for an arrest warrant. However, if your social security number and description are correct, human-error on your date of birth may not totally squash an arrest warrant. I've seen warrants where a persons date of birth is 01/05/1970 and the warrant listed 05/01/1970, but the social security…
It depends on who the insurance policy has named as a beneficiary. If the student is listed as the beneficiary then they can spend it however they like. If the beneficiary is a trust then the trust may have stipulations as to how it can be spent and the trustee would then be charged with spending it correctly. All of this would be spelled out in a will or trust.