In Missouri, the death of a payee is not grounds for non-payment, so they can file against his parents, regardless of age. But, you do get the SS death benefit.
Once you file a claim properly you should have the death benefit check in a few short weeks.
That is where the death benefit in a life policy increases over a period of time.
The 250 death benefit from the SSA is not taxable income.
If the benefit is payed directly to the beneficiary then it should not be taxable. If the benefit is payed to the estate then that amount could be taxable. It is best to review beneficiaries at least once a year.
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The option to increase the death benefit with dividends is called "paid-up additions". If you select "paid-up additions" then dividends will purchase additional death benefit which will increase the total death benefit of the policy. This will also increase the cash value of the policy.
If your life insurance death benefit is for $100,000 and you have a 100,000 accidental death benefit rider and you die in an accident then your policy would pay $200,000.