Asked in Retirement Planning
Is a spouse eligible for monetary benefits from ex spouseafter federal retirement?
Is a spouse eligible for monetary benefits from ex spouce?
There are many elements to be considered before a spouse is granted any monetary settlement in a divorce. There is not any usual way to revisit a decree, unless you have minor children. Regarding social security, though, there is a possibility of retirement benefits based on the spouse: if you were married at least ten years, are 62 or older and did not remarry before you were 63. Check the social security site.
Asked in Economics, Inflation
What is the difference between bonus and fringe benefits?
What is the criteria that has to be met for qualifying for unemployment?
In order to qualify for unemployment benefits, an individual must have worked long enough to meet the monetary requirement of the state and be totally or partially separated from employment. If determined eligible for benefits, an individual must then meet the availability requirements of the state. Unemployment law varies from state to state.
Asked in Associates Degrees, College Degrees
What is one of the monetary benefits of attending college?
What is one of the non-monetary benefits of attending college?
Asked in World War 2
Do World War 2 veterans qualify for monetary benefits?
Asked in Jobs
How does the occupational outlook affect the monetary benefits of a career?
Asked in State Laws, Unemployment
What is 'determination of eligibility'?
Determination of eligibility (for unemployment benefits) is where the state investigates a claimant's information to determine if he has met the monetary and non-monetary requirements of the state to receive benefits. The requirements vary from state to state, so you need to contact your state's employment security office for clarification.
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between compansation and benefits?
Compensation is a systematic approach to providing monetary value to employees in exchange for work performed. Compensation may achieve several purposes assisting in recruitment, job performance, and job satisfaction. Employee benefits typically refers to retirement plans, health life insurance, life insurance, disability insurance, vacation, employee stock ownership plans, etc. Benefits are increasingly expensive for businesses to provide to employees, so the range and options of benefits are changing rapidly to include, for example, flexible benefit plans.
Can you collect unemployment benefits if you only worked six months?
Laws governing unemployment insurance vary from state to state. However, states require that you earn qualifying wages and there are existing formulas for each state. The best answer for this question without knowing the specific state would be that you could "possibly" be monetarily eligible for benefits after only working six months depending upon the reason you were separated from employment. Anyone interested in the monetary qualification for unemployment benefits should be specific regarding the state in which they will file.
What are fringe benefits perks and compensation?
ANSWER Fringe benefits are a part of compensation. Compensation, typically refers to your total employment benefits package, which would also include your base pay/salary. Fringe benefits typically include non-monetary benefits (e.g. cell phone/blackberry, laptop, car, medical insurance coverage, membership to a health club, etc.). Fringe benefits also generally include a retirement plan. A specific breakdown would be: Fringe Benefits - Retirement, Medical, Dental, Vision, etc.; Perks - Cell phone/blackberry, laptop, car, housing allowance, health club membership, etc.; and Compensation - Base Salary, Overtime Pay, Annual Bonus, Holiday Pay, etc. Fringe Benefits Compensation to employees in addition to salary. Some examples of fringe benefits are paid holidays, retirement plans, life and health insurance plans, subsidized cafeterias, company cars, stock options, and expense accounts. In many cases, fringe benefits can add significantly to an employee's total compensation, and are a key ingredient in attracting and retaining employees. For the most part, fringe benefits are not taxable to the employee, though they are generally tax-deductible for the employer. ****************************************************************** Compensation or other benefit provided by the employer to the employee at no charge that is above and beyond salary or wages. Examples include health plans, Cafeteria Plans, and life insurance. ******************************************************************
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between fringe benefit and perquisites?
"fringe benefits" means compensation due to an employee pursuant to a written contract or written policy for holidays, time off for sickness or injury, time off for personal reasons or vacation, bonuses, authorized expenses incurred during the course of employment, and contributions made on behalf of an employee. In simple terms, all the monetary and non-monetary benefits beyond salary. Perquisites or 'perks' as they are popularly known is the monetary content of fringe benefits. Perks are taxable according to Indian tax laws.
Asked in Senior Citizens
What benefits and aid are available for elderly citizens?
Persons who reach the required age under the laws of the Social Security Administration are eligible for SS benefits based upon their life time earnings or SSI benefits based upon their current financial status. These monetary benefits are monthly and allocated according to the guidelines of the SSA and the financial status of the recipient. In addition the senior is entitiled to Medicare the federal health insurance program. Also available to senior citizens with lower incomes are Medicaid, Supplemental Food Assistance Program (SNAP) and other public aid if needed and when qualified.
Asked in Social Security
Can you collect Social Security at the age of 52?
There are a number of potential monetary benefits that someone 52 may be eligible to collect under SSA either under their own earnings record or that of another significant party (parent, step parent, spouse, divorced spouse, deceased spouse). * A disabled person on his/her own earnings record (social security disability benefits) * A disabled widow(er) between the ages of 50 - 60 (at age 60 he/she could be potentially entitled as a widow(er)) on the deceased person's earnings record (disabled widow(er) benefits) * A disabled child (an adult child who was found to be disabled prior to age 22 and eligible on a parent's earnings record (Adult disabled child benefits) * A mother in care of a child entitled on the earnings record of the other spouse (the child would need to be under age 16 or disabled and need the care of the party applying for daily care) (Child in care benefits). Additional requirements and factors of entitlement should be directed to a SSA representative for a more detailed account of what your particular case involves. Earnings limits apply in all these cases - some would fall under the annual earnings test and the cases where a disability is the factor of entitlement substantial gainful activity applies. Those amounts are set annually. However, if you are referring to SSA retirement benefits - the earliest age to collect retirement benefits is 62. The earliest to collect widow(er) benefits - no disability alleged, minor and/or children in care - is age 60. Again, earnings limits apply. ** note this is not an all inclusive response - please check with SSA for additional factors of entitlement and how they may apply to you! This is possible only if you become disabled; you cannot collect retirement income until age 62 or older.
Asked in Guatemala, World Currencies
What is the monetary what is the monetary unit of Guatemala?
Asked in Care of Horses
Are there any fringe benefits in equine rehabilitation therapy?
How do you check to see if you are qualifed for unemployment?
Can you collect both unemployment benefits and Social Security in Louisiana?
I believe this answer is slightly incorrect -- "Yes, you can. Under "Non monetary Issues" > "Disqualifications" item (f) on page 5 of the Related Link below, Social Security benefits are excluded from the disqualifying chargeable benefits you receive." As I understand it, people who live in Louisiana and Illinois and receive social security payments and are eligible for unemployment benefits will have money deducted from their unemployment checks. In illinois, half a person's weekly social security payment is deducted from that person's weekly unemployment check. Illinois AARP has made repealing the social security offset law a priority.