There is no widows benefits given. The only check you will get as a widow is a burial check in the amount of $250.00. You have to report his date of death to the social security office.
If your husband was in the military he could be buried free in Arlington Cemetery and get a soldiers funeral, army band and all.
If while receiving social security retirement benefits, I get married, can my wife receive thru me, and if so how much if my monthly check is, $1738.
I just qualified for a number of social security benefits. How will I know how much I will get?
Possibly. Of course there are some strict regulations as to why they get them and how much. The link below will take you to the Social Security Administration page for Benefits for Children.
Once you start collecting Social Security benefits can you stop the benefits to go back to work full time if you are under 66 years of age?
Ask your social security office ! They will tell you the limits of how much you can earn without affecting welfare benefits.
Social security benefits vary for each person depending on how much and how long they worked. How much they made will control the outcome of how much they get also.
Answer 1: Once you turn 65, you get your full Social Security benefits, no matter how much money you do or do not make.
Yes. Benefits from Social Security are not prevented by working, but may be modified depending on how close to full retirement age you are and how much you are earning while receiving those benefits.